Brexit: Is the UK set for WTO limbo? – New Law Journal

Posted May 15th, 2017 in brexit, EC law, international law, international trade, news by sally

‘The idea of World Trade Organization (WTO) vetoes being used to settle historical scores over Gibraltar or the Falklands has been circulated as one post-Brexit complication, with the UK set to relinquish its existing WTO status as part of the EU bloc. Gregory Shaffer, a leading authority on international trade law, explains the UK’s tariff and other WTO commitments and considers the very real prospect of the UK spending some time in WTO limbo.’

Full story

New Law Journal, 9th May 2017