Brexit Phase Two - Trade

Do stop talking about subjects you know a lot about. It ruins the thread for people who rush off, google about it and become an instant expert.

Wordsmith =)
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Some myth.

About 1 in 7 German cars are sold in the UK


Our trade deficit with the EU in goods and services with the EU is about £70 billion. (Same reference link as above). As such, the EU will be hurt slightly worse than the UK by an interruption in trade.

Wordsmith
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They are bigger . They can spread the pain wider. To say they will be hurt slightly worse is wishful thinking

If the German car industry we’re going to ride to the rescue, don’t you think they would have done so by now?


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Some myth.

About 1 in 7 German cars are sold in the UK


Our trade deficit with the EU in goods and services with the EU is about £70 billion. (Same reference link as above). As such, the EU will be hurt slightly worse than the UK by an interruption in trade.

Wordsmith
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So just so we’re clear, you believe EU members won’t hurt themselves economically for the sake of politics, but you believe the U.K. will?

Alright. ^^
 
Final post before you pass out for the afternoon until the pubs open again this evening?
You stupid prick. The pubs are open all day. All that Maid Marion Arts nonsense seems to have done your brain in. I use the term "brain" in the loosest possible way.
 
No transition period for a ‘no deal **** the EU’ scenario


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Yes, but we know that if no deal looks likely, DExEU is aiming for “emergency deals” on aviation, nuclear power and Customs to avoid the worst of it.

If this comes to pass, the EU will happily add extra € onto the price tag for this acccess, this will offset the costs to them for No Deal.

So No Deal comes at a price and doesn’t remove us from the EU, hence why DExEU are trying everything to avoid it.
 
You stupid prick. The pubs are open all day. All that Maid Marion Arts nonsense seems to have done your brain in. I use the term "brain" in the loosest possible way.

Must be sad to have reached an advanced age such as yours only to realise you wasted your life.


Never mind - take comfort you’ll be more useful as fertiliser than you were as a ”living”, breathing, human.
 
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Final post before you pass out for the afternoon until the pubs open again this evening?
The 1990s called and want their licensing hours back!

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Some myth.

About 1 in 7 German cars are sold in the UK


Our trade deficit with the EU in goods and services with the EU is about £70 billion. (Same reference link as above). As such, the EU will be hurt slightly worse than the UK by an interruption in trade.

Wordsmith

(Formatting problem sorted)

Toyota is the worlds 2nd largest car maker, yet it sold only 85,000 cars in Germany in 2017.
By comparison, Toyota sold some 125,000 cars in the UK in 2017.
Honda car sales in Germany in 2017 were a mere 20,000, compared to 54,000 in the UK.

The reality of the EU car maker is with the exception of the UK, its very parochial. Germans buy German cars, French buy French cars and so forth. Any reduction in German car sales in the UK can be made up by domestic Japanese makers and Hyundai, the 'mass market' far eastern brand.
 
Must be said to have reached an advanced age such as yours only to realise you wasted your life.


Never mind - take comfort you’ll be more useful as fertiliser than you were as a ”living”, breathing, human.
Indeed, I'm very said. Now, this brain damage of yours..
 
So just so we’re clear, you believe EU members won’t hurt themselves economically for the sake of politics, but you believe the U.K. will?
Both sides are headed for economic turbulence. And both sides will semi-permanently lose part of their export markets as consumers find alternative sources of supply.

This - to follow on on the German car example - will result in German cars being replaced in the UK market by US imports and domestic production of Japanese models. If imports of German cars resume, the German car makers will take years to recover their market share - and in all probability will never recover all of it.

The UK might lose passporting rights for some financial services, losing access to the European market, although financial industry experts have been flagging that the sudden loss of liquidity might put a strain on European banks.

Wordsmith
 
Both sides are headed for economic turbulence. And both sides will semi-permanently lose part of their export markets as consumers find alternative sources of supply.

This - to follow on on the German car example - will result in German cars being replaced in the UK market by US imports and domestic production of Japanese models. If imports of German cars resume, the German car makers will take years to recover their market share - and in all probability will never recover all of it.

The UK might lose passporting rights for some financial services, losing access to the European market, although financial industry experts have been flagging that the sudden loss of liquidity might put a strain on European banks.

Wordsmith
You could have just said “Yes” you know ^^
 
At your advanced age, it’s wise to keep an eye out for small semantic errors such as these.
Small, semantic? An error is an error. A failure. Let us assume, for one laughable moment, that you had to write out some instructions. Have you got enough money to pay off anyone who successfully sues you for negligence/incompetence?
 
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