The UK Chemical Manufacturing Industry and the Euro - A business perspective on the UK staying out of the European Monetary Union
by Lindh, Olof
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This report, based on a survey of UK Chemical Manufacturing Industry leaders in 2007, looks at the viewpoint of the industry on the UK staying out of the Euro collaboration. The survey finds that this business sector, deeply involved in European import/export activities, is well informed on the implications of a monetary union. Also, the report links the views of these business leaders with the pros and cons identified for joining or staying outside of the EMU. Authors Bonat and Lindh wrote the dissertation while studying in the UK and have since moved on to roles in market analysis and banking.
The two authors are both from the west coast of Sweden and studied together in Halmstad, Sweden. This dissertation was written while Bonat studied in Lincoln and Lindh in London, UK, and is aimed at a greater understanding of the business perspective on the UK staying outside of the Euro monetary union. The study was undertaken in 2007.
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
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