Prensa Garamendi: “We want a stable Government in Spain that defends us in Europe and in the world”

The president of the CEOE (the Spanish confederation of enterprise organizations), Antonio Garamendi, has participated in the closing ceremony of the 2019 FAES Summer Course, where he has asked for a “stable government in Spain that defends us in Europe and in the world” and for working together all enterprises, citizens and the State for keeping “democracy, cohesion and future of the welfare”.

Prensa Belén Becerril: “The United Kingdom has destroyed a precious capital and a special status in the UE that it won’t recover”

Subdirector of Instituto Universitario de Estudios Europeos at Universidad San Pablo-CEU, Belén Becerril, has participated in the 2019 FAES Summer Course in a conference about ‘Europe after Brexit’, in which she has highlighted that “the United Kingdom has made many mistakes and the British have destroyed a precious capital and a special status that they will not recover”. “Brexit is mainly based in a great misunderstanding. British citizens have been tricked: it is impossible for the UK to develop its own trade policies without a physical border”, she asserted.

Prensa Spain in Europe after the Brexit

The third day of FAES 2019 Summer Course ended with the dialogue on “Spain in Europe after the Brexit” in which the former minister, Josep Piqué, and the journalist and essayist, Tom Burns, took part. Mira Milósevich. Professor at the Instituto de Empresa, moderated the conversation.

Prensa FAES 'Brexit' Special

La Fundación FAES viene analizando en detalle las consecuencias de la salida del Reino Unido de la Unión Europea tras el referéndum de junio de 2016. Firmadas por expertos analistas y académicos, estas publicaciones explican desde diferentes puntos de vista los efectos para ambas partes, sobre quién recae la responsabilidad última de la decisión y el proceso de desvinculación puesto en marcha.

Prensa Reino Unido y la Unión Europea tras el 23-J: ¿La conllevancia como única opción?

“Vote Leave (take control)” ha derrotado a “Britain Stronger in Europe”. Con una participación del 72,16%, el Brexit (52 vs. 48%) ha culminado con éxito un debate que se ha extendido durante las últimas décadas en Reino Unido, pero que no puede decirse que haya concluido. Se inaugura un periodo de incertidumbre política, económica y social en Europa.

Prensa ?Brexit? is a challenge for the entire Continent

“The relationship with the EU is only one part of the post-Brexit story. To prosper outside, Britain will need to be prepared to undertake active steps towards trade liberalisation and deregulation” “Just over 35% of UK goods exports to the EU are in sectors where the EU imposes high tariffs and would therefore be vulnerable. The UK cannot simply walk away from the EU. It would need a new trade arrangement” “Outside of the EU, the UK could adopt different immigration policies. However, limiting labour supply could make the UK less competitive by raising wages and prices” “A referendum result that saw the UK leave the EU, despite a vote to Remain in Scotland, would lead to demands for another Scottish independence vote that would be near impossible to resist” “If Euroscepticism and national democracy are marginalised and confined to the political extremes, this will only further pit the EU elites against the insurgents, with potentially politically explosive consequences” “While it would be tempting for the EU to regard a Remain vote as a relief, it would be naïve to think that the ?British issue? will have been resolved. Whatever a Remain vote will be, it will not be an enthusiastic endorsement of the EU”

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Prensa Garamendi: “We want a stable Government in Spain that defends us in Europe and in the world”

07.05.2019. The president of the CEOE (the Spanish confederation of enterprise organizations), Antonio Garamendi, has participated in the closing ceremony of the 2019 FAES Summer Course, where he has asked for a “stable government in Spain that defends us in Europe and in the world” and for working together all enterprises, citizens and the State for keeping “democracy, cohesion and future of the welfare”.

Prensa Belén Becerril: “The United Kingdom has destroyed a precious capital and a special status in the UE that it won’t recover”

07.03.2019. Subdirector of Instituto Universitario de Estudios Europeos at Universidad San Pablo-CEU, Belén Becerril, has participated in the 2019 FAES Summer Course in a conference about ‘Europe after Brexit’, in which she has highlighted that “the United Kingdom has made many mistakes and the British have destroyed a precious capital and a special status that they will not recover”. “Brexit is mainly based in a great misunderstanding. British citizens have been tricked: it is impossible for the UK to develop its own trade policies without a physical border”, she asserted.

Prensa Spain in Europe after the Brexit

07.03.2019. The third day of FAES 2019 Summer Course ended with the dialogue on “Spain in Europe after the Brexit” in which the former minister, Josep Piqué, and the journalist and essayist, Tom Burns, took part. Mira Milósevich. Professor at the Instituto de Empresa, moderated the conversation.

Prensa FAES 'Brexit' Special

07.03.2019. La Fundación FAES viene analizando en detalle las consecuencias de la salida del Reino Unido de la Unión Europea tras el referéndum de junio de 2016. Firmadas por expertos analistas y académicos, estas publicaciones explican desde diferentes puntos de vista los efectos para ambas partes, sobre quién recae la responsabilidad última de la decisión y el proceso de desvinculación puesto en marcha.

Publicaciones Reino Unido y la Unión Europea tras el 23-J: ¿La conllevancia como única opción?

06.24.2016. “Vote Leave (take control)” ha derrotado a “Britain Stronger in Europe”. Con una participación del 72,16%, el Brexit (52 vs. 48%) ha culminado con éxito un debate que se ha extendido durante las últimas décadas en Reino Unido, pero que no puede decirse que haya concluido. Se inaugura un periodo de incertidumbre política, económica y social en Europa.

Publicaciones ?Brexit? is a challenge for the entire Continent

03.14.2016. “The relationship with the EU is only one part of the post-Brexit story. To prosper outside, Britain will need to be prepared to undertake active steps towards trade liberalisation and deregulation” “Just over 35% of UK goods exports to the EU are in sectors where the EU imposes high tariffs and would therefore be vulnerable. The UK cannot simply walk away from the EU. It would need a new trade arrangement” “Outside of the EU, the UK could adopt different immigration policies. However, limiting labour supply could make the UK less competitive by raising wages and prices” “A referendum result that saw the UK leave the EU, despite a vote to Remain in Scotland, would lead to demands for another Scottish independence vote that would be near impossible to resist” “If Euroscepticism a...

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