Even if Hillary Clinton wins the US Presidential Election, the political revolution that spawned support for Donald Trump is not dead and the political and economic environment in the US may be changing for ever. But how will it change? How will it impact Europe? And what is our economic outlook?
Register now for the British Chamber's 2nd annual London Visit, organised in partnership with Interel. Stretching over two full days, the visit is a unique opportunity to meet influencers and decision makers in London and UK business, policy and academia.
Le 23 juin, le peuple britannique votait sa sortie de l'Union européenne et le premier ministre, David Cameron, démissionnait de ses fonctions le jour suivant.Quatre mois plus tard, avec un nouveau gouvernement et un nouveau Premier Ministre, quelles en sont le implications pour le Royaume-Uni et la Belgique?L'Ambassadeur de Grande-Bretagne et le Président de la Chambre de Commerce britannique en Belgique en discuteront avec vous lors de ce débat et répondront aux questions que vous vous posez à propos de l'avenir des relations anglo-belges.
Brexit's impact on BelgiumModerated by former CNN bureau chief & correspondent Patricia KellyPanellists TBCThursday, November 10 at 19:00St. John's International SchoolWaterloo, Belgiumwww.stjohns.beSupported by:The British Chamber of Commerce in BelgiumThe Brussels Times
Only a few months after the Brexit shock, the British politics have already started a long generational realignment. After the appointment of Theresay May as Prime Minister, tensions are very high regarding the Labour leadership. No matter what the result will be, Brexit has definitely divided the British into two divided camps.
This event is held under Chatham House rule
Brexit Access to EU Service Markets: The Practical Issues Services represent 80% of the EU economy. While trade in goods has the WTO tariffs as a tried and tested worst case position, services has no such safety blanket. The World Trade “GATS” services framework is underdeveloped and relies on patchy market access commitments.
As we wait for Article 50 to be triggered, members and business representatives need to have a clear indication of what to expect. On Wednesday 5th October, the British Chamber has put together a programme that takes each element of what to expect and how to prepare as a business.
The vote on the 23rd of June set the wheels in motion for Britain to leave the European Union. The impact it has had so far on Real Estate has been relatively minor, however this could change rapidly depending on the course of events. Join us for an interactive seminar where we will explore and assess the impact of Brexit on Real Estate and what it will mean for property values in the coming months and years.Seminar topics:• Effects of Brexit so far on Commercial & Residential Real Estate in UK and Belgium
The Ambassador Hosts: Kris Peeters, Deputy Prime Minister of Belgium: ‘How will Brexit affect the Belgian Economy and Business Climate?’
Join us for an exclusive lunch briefing with British Ambassador to Belgium Alison Rose and Belgian Deputy Prime Minister, Kris Peeters.Deputy Prime Minister Peeters will talk about the effect of Brexit on the Belgian Economy and the creation of a task force in order to prepare for and assess its effects. He will also discuss Belgian labour market reforms, his vision on how to fuel the social dialogue, and how the federal government plans to bridge the gap between employer’s federations and trade unions.
Are you doing business in or with the UK? Regardless of your opinion on the UK’s upcoming EU referendum, your business will need to prepare for the implications of different post-referendum scenarios, including the impact of a potential Brexit.