Europe — should we stay or should we go?
By Stuart Young
Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co is pleased to announce the appointment of influential business and automotive expert David Bailey as a consultant to the firm’s automotive sector group — one of the firm’s priority sectors.
Together we will bring you regular legal and commercial updates in which we comment on topics that are relevant to the sector, and include Bailey’s unique perspective as one of the country’s foremost academics and commentators on the industry.
This month, he discusses the important topic of EU membership — a subject that will become even more important as US/EU free-trade talks progress…
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