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            Retail, Food, Hospitality Brexit round-up 5 May

            Retail, Food & Hospitality Brexit round-up w/e 5 May. Trade dispute mechanism, impact of Brexit on UK constitution, and EU database of medical products.

            Date: 10/05/2019

            Brexit developments

            European Court rules trade dispute mechanism compatible with EU lawThe European Court of Justice has ruled, following a challenge by the Belgium Government, that the dispute mechanism proposed under the EU Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement is lawful, ruling that an international agreement providing for the creation of a court responsible for the interpretation of its provisions and whose decisions are binding on the EU, is, in principle, compatible with EU law. View >  Directorate General for Trade >  Business Europe >

            Welsh Government highlight impact of Brexit on United Kingdom constitution:The Welsh Counsel General has published a statement on the need for constitutional reform in the light of Brexit.  View >

            EU Database of medicinal products launched: 
            EU Dg Health and Safety has launched a database of medicinal product on the EU market.  View >

             

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