Международная экономическая интеграция (регионализация)
This article describes the globalization – the most important process in modern economy across all countries. Does it have positive or negative economic consequences for France and its future? The origin of globalization, financial competition between European countries, protectionism measures and development strategy of countries until year 2020 are key questions raised by the article. The author invites the professional community to consider specific development measures of the France economy in the EU, in the context of increasing globalization.
The scope of the paper is limited to several aspects of Britain’s economic relationship with the European Union after the departure from this bloc. Apart from general matters like the EU budget and the EU legislation, special attention is paid to economic and regulatory conditions of the EU single market as these aspects have been sensitive throughout the history of the European integration resulting in shaping some of the presented models, based on national economy priorities of the EU partners including those from the EFTA.
Taking into account crucial drawbacks of the Draft Withdrawal Agreement published on 14 November 2018, and the author’s view that it is unlikely to succeed, at least in the current wording, the paper provides solutions for the UK’s post-Brexit trade policy should it leave the EU with no deal.