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Brexit: BDI-Task Force Positions

The withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union will have far-reaching consequences for business. The purpose of the BDI Task Force Brexit is to identify the potential and acute risks associated with Brexit and to develop constructive approaches to solving them.

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Brexit: A Call From The Presidents Of The Major Business Organizations of Germany, Italy And France

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Negotiations on the future relationship between the European Union and the United Kingdom have entered a critical phase.

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Government losing credibility on a huge scale

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There is no getting around the fact that the United Kingdom must fulfil its obligations under the Withdrawal Agreement says BDI Director General Joachim Lang with reference to the parliamentary introduction of the British Internal Market Bill.

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Collapse in the negotiations on a partnership agreement is now all but inevitable

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Business on both sides of the Channel must now prepare itself for bilateral trade without an agreement under WTO rules, says BDI Director General Joachim Lang after the sixth round of Brexit talks.

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Failure of the brexit negotiations must not become a reality

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With respect to the resumption of the Brexit negotiations, BDI Director General Joachim Lang says: "Resumption of the talks is a long-expected signal".

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Brexit: Withdrawal is the right step on the wrong path

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Without an extension of the transition period, only a basic agreement is possible, says BDI Director General Joachim Lang. A hard Brexit at the end of the year is not off the table.

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The political fog in London is clearing

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BDI Director General Joachim Lang comments in response to the election results in the UK. Our companies must now expect to leave by 31 January.  

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