Orderly Brexit demanded by PRC and US

A dozen countries, including China and the United States, fears to be worse off when the British leave the European Union.

The countries require a compensation scheme from Brussels, in documents of the World Trade Organization (WTO) that are in the hands of the Bloomberg news agency. The authors of the document demand, among other things, certainty from the EU about how accountability is being given for future trade between the United Kingdom and the EU.

In doing so, they count on a negotiation result that ensures the quality of trade between both camps.

WTO members are particularly concerned about access to markets. If, for example, it is not possible to maintain access at the current level, then the EU will have to come across the bridge with “adequate compensation” according to the documents.

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