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Quin. wrote on 12-07-2018 04:06 PM
Most of our transatlantic deals, customs arrangements etc are tilted in favour of the states and have been for a long long time, if you look at just the northern ireland/bombardier case as an example we can see which approach is likely to be taken
the EU doesn't have a transatlantic deal with the US (TTIP) so, by extension, neither does the UK.
EU/UK trade with the US is on WTO rules so it's a level playing field.
If I recall correctly, WTO was the basis for the claim by Boeing against Bombardier as it is not permitted for a state to provide financial support to an aircraft manufacturer.
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