, The proposed AFP.
This is the area where the damage can be more important. The professionals warned on several occasions of potentially devastating effects in one sector that 12.2 million people employed in the continent.
Approximately 10% of European Automotive Industry exports go to the United Kingdom, Vincent Disorder, the Economist of the Center for Prospective and International Information Studies (CEPI) remembers.
In addition, the automotive industries of the United Kingdom and the EU are highly integrated. ING Diba's Carsten Brzezky said that, sometimes, some auto parts cross the boundary between the United Kingdom and the continent between five and six times. Any trouble in the supply chain, such as the way of custom, will harm them.
A cruel divorce will especially affect the German automobile industry, which is well-established in the United Kingdom. German BMW's Stephen Friesmouth said, "If our supply chain should be closed on the border, then we will not continue producing in the UK."
Brzezky says, "In this field, many German, French, Dutch or Belgian companies have manufacturing sites". Therefore, the production chain will also be especially affected.
In addition, multi-nationalization such as the Anglo-Dutch Petrochemical Group Shell or the Anglo-American Dutch Londonbaseel also faces specific problems associated with their regime.
Agriculture and Fishing
Currently, only 60% of British food needs are covered by their own production, the rest are mainly imported from France, Belgium, Holland and Ireland.
If customs duty is reproduced, the goods will be more expensive and their entry in the United Kingdom can be delayed. "We can imagine that there are blocked trucks in the clay, and waiting for it, they transfer the milk they transmit before reaching Dover," Brzezki suggests.
Entry of many goods and animals can be restricted, unless it is registered in the official third country list in the United Kingdom. With conditions for the former EU member, this registration can be done quickly.
Fishing for France, Spain, Portugal, Denmark or the Netherlands can also be a problem, whose fleet usually works in British territorial waters.
European Aeronautical Constructor Airbus, which makes its EU in different production locations in the EU, has already taken alarms without contracting a deal with the deal.
The European group, which employs approximately 15,000 people in the United Kingdom, where it produces wings of its devices, has already warned that an abrupt departure from the block will become "destructive" and force the country to question its investments.
In July, Airbus Executive Director German Tom Anders expressed concerns about the departure of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) United Kingdom. "By next April, the certification of thousands of pieces of our planes will not be valid, which means that our production pauses are meant".
The fear of sudden break air traffic between the United Kingdom and the continent makes it particularly sensitive sector.
The European Commission wants to ensure that the companies can fly over the European territory and that security certificates will be valid for a limited period. This requires a UK contract.
Operators installed in the United Kingdom will lose their rights (& # 39; financial passport & # 39;) to provide their services to 27 countries of the block.
Commissions have already celebrated that many operators have done "the need to adjust their settlement and transfer" in the ocean.
On Friday, the Governor of the Bank of France demanded to maintain awareness in the compensation sector, because without divorce, divorce can represent "risks" for the stability of the financial system.
British companies have a monopoly in this activity, which is to keep accounting of exchange between financial agents in the global markets and to ensure proper implementation of transactions between all operators.