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Welsh Affairs Committee
The deadline for this inquiry was 31 October 2017 but the Committee is still happy to receive submissions of written evidence.
The terms of reference of the inquiry seek to address the following points:
Evidence given by Professor Nicholas Perdikis, Professor of International Business, Aberystwyth University
Evidence given by Jill Rutter, Programme Director, and Joe Owen, Senior Researcher, Institute for Government; Professor James Foreman-Peck, Head of the Economics Section, and Professor Patrick Minford, Professor of Applied Economics, Cardiff Business School (at 5.00pm).
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Welsh Affairs Committee explores impact of different trading relations with EU and non-EU countries