The UK will leave the EU by the end of January 2020 at the latest, unless it is unanimously agreed to prolong the negotiations (Article 50 TEU) once more. The future relations remain opaque. The possibilities range from remaining in single market to a disorderly exit. Now is the time to plan ahead. Timely responses mitigate risks and seize opportunities.
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