Divorce settlement or leaving the club? A breakdown of the Brexit bill
Zsolt Darvas (),
Konstantinos Efstathiou and
Inês Goncalves Raposo
Working Papers from Bruegel
The ‘Brexit bill’ is an expected payment to be made by the United Kingdom that would settle its financial commitments when it leaves the European Union. While authors of this Working Paper consider the financial settlement the least important economic issue in the Brexit negotiations, a conditional agreement at least on the methodology for calculating the Brexit bill could be a prerequisite for the more meaningful discussions on the new EU-UK...
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