Brexit and Origin: A Case for the Wider Use of Cross-Cumulation

January 8, 2018

As the United Kingdom negotiates its exit from the European Union, rules of origin are becoming a key topic. Whatever form the future UK-EU trade relationship will take, the question of determining the origin of products will need to be addressed. This paper examines cross-cumulation and ways it could be applied after Brexit to mitigate the impact of rules of origin requirements.

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Topics: RULES OF ORIGIN (ROO) BREXIT

Regions: UNITED KINGDOM

Authors: ANNA JERZEWSKA

Publishing Institution: RTA EXCHANGE

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