Brexit and Strategic Trade Controls: key implications
By Quentin Michel
On 24/25 April, a small group of government officials, academics, and industry practitioners were invited by the University of Liège and King’s College London to debate the implications of Brexit on strategic trade controls. The workshop was conducted under Chatham House rules with participation in private capacities.
During the course of the workshop, six areas of implications have been identified that will be analysed separately in the present document:
– The legal basis;
– The Norway issue;
– Harmonisation of controls and competition;
– Information sharing;
– Licensing conditions;
– Technical capacities.