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Economy and Trade

Brexit and Welsh firms

Posted on 21 February 2018 by Professor Max Munday

A great deal of air time has been given to the Brexit process and what the ‘final’ outcome might mean for consumers, industries and the environment in Wales. Welsh Government recently released a report, ‘Trade Policy: The Issues for Wales’, to look at this issue. Cardiff Business School helped shape some of the report’s conclusions
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Economy and Trade

Welsh ports and Brexit: have things changed?

Posted on 29 January 2018 by Dr Andrew Potter

In July last year I highlighted that one of the biggest issues for Welsh ports post-Brexit was the nature of the border between the UK and the Republic of Ireland. Given the agreement between the UK government and the EU announced in December, the question is whether anything has changed as Brexit negotiations move to
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Economy and Trade

Will Wales’ economic strategies weather the post-Brexit storm?

Posted on 16 January 2018 by Professor Kevin Morgan

Last month saw the Welsh Government put some meat on the bones of its plans to grow the Welsh economy in a post-Brexit landscape. Professor Kevin Morgan examines those plans in more detail and considers some of the challenges that pave the road ahead.  A bit like the proverbial bus, we had a long wait
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Communities and Culture, Devolution and Constitution, Economy and Trade

Brexit and Wales update from the Wales Governance Centre – December 2017

Posted on 18 December 2017 by Richard Martin

Cardiff University’s Wales Governance Centre organised a public event on 13th December 2017 to share the latest information and data available on Brexit and Wales. The event featured the four talks below covering different aspects of the legal, economic, social and constitutional of Brexit. Dr Ed Poole on Brexit and the economy of Wales: Dr
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