Brexit: the implications for EU and UK merger control
On Friday 24 June 2016, the results of the UK’s much anticipated European Referendum
were announced, with 51.9% of the UK electorate voting to leave the EU. The economic,
legal and constitutional implications of this decision are likely to reverberate for years to
This article explores what the new relationship between the UK and the EU might look like, and considers what impact such new relationships could have on UK and EU merger control.
To read the full article click here: The implications for EU and UK merger control.pdf
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