The Future of Europe’s Single Market: Fracture, Consolidation or Status Quo?
Europe’s Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) is moving towards fuller integration in many areas by creating common institutions and joint policies, a process in which EU countries not using the euro, or ‘euro-outs’, will not be participating. If euro members move towards a more integrated EMU, where does this leave the ‘euro-outs’?
This workshop will discuss the implications for the single market and the impact on the EU-UK relationship as Europe moves towards a more integrated EMU.
This event will be held under the Chatham House Rule.
This workshop forms part of the project ‘Towards A Genuine Economic and Monetary Union: The Implications For The UK and ‘Euro-Outs’, run in partnership with the European Commission Representation Office in London.