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How Will Brexit impact the "Special Relationship" between the U.S. and the U.K.?

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Matthias Knab, Opalesque:

Vintage Value Investing writes on Harvest Exchange:

Make no mistake… this year promises to be a seminal one for the UK and the EU.

This is particularly true now that British Prime Minister Theresa May has triggered Article 50, officially confirming the UK's intention to officially leave the European Union and the single market. Negotiations are set to begin later this year, while the European Parliament will also be forced to actively participate in these as crucial elections take place in France , Germany, and potentially Italy.

While all eyes will be on the Brexit negotiations and the UK's future relationship with the EU, there are other factors to consider once Britain has become a sovereign nature once again. After all, the UK's new-found status will surely impact on its so-called " special relationship " with the U.S., which may need to be reimagined as the government tries to seek out new and lucrative trade deals.

How Will Brexit Impact the Special Relationship Between the U.S. and the UK?

From an historical perspective, both the U.S. and the UK are bound by culture, trade, and a host of shared democratic values. This is fundamental to the development of the so-called special relationship between these two nations, and it is hopeful that such foundati......................

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