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Brutal Brexit for Norway

When the UK leaves the EU, they also leave the EEA, and Norway will be on the brink of its main trading partner.

On Wednesday, March 29, British Prime Minister Theresa May sent a letter to European Council President Donald Tusk. She announced that the United Kingdom would leave the EU in accordance with Article 50 of the EU Treaty. This sets in motion a two-year negotiation deadline for Britain's withdrawal from the EU. Two years, at best, because the EU countries first want to agree on terms for resignation before negotiations on Britain's new connection to the EU can begin. Thus, we are probably talking about four to six, maybe eight. . .

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Paal Frisvold
Writer for MODERN TIMES on Europe issues.

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