第52期 歐盟資訊中心通訊. Brexit. What Brexit Means for Europe’s Trade Deals - OpenMarketsOpenMarkets. At a Glance CETA and TTIP negotiations have slowedSentiment towards trade deals in Europe has shifted The first in a three-part series on global trade negotiations. Like a massive iceberg sheering off from a glacier, the UK’s decision to leave the European Union has left the trade landscape dramatically altered and set in train a series of incalculable consequences. Global agreements that seemed a part of the firmament only six months ago are being redefined in the light of Brexit as trade deals that were all but ratified in early 2016 are now seen as dangerous seagoing shoals that threaten to sink any government that sails too close. The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between Canada and the EU, agreed but not ratified, is likely to make slow progress now that it has been deemed a “mixed competency” agreement to be decided by each of the EU’s 28 member states rather than fast-tracked by the executive of the European Commission.
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