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Economic impacts for Scottish and UK seafood industries post-Brexit: report

Published: 5 Jun 2018
Directorate:
Marine Scotland Directorate
Part of:
Brexit, Marine and fisheries
ISBN:
9781788519755

The report presents findings from research examining the possible impacts of EU exit on Scottish and UK seafood industries.

101 page PDF

2.8 MB

101 page PDF

2.8 MB

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Economic impacts for Scottish and UK seafood industries post-Brexit: report
Document Information

101 page PDF

2.8 MB

Document Information

Document History and Authorisation

Title

Seafood Trade Modelling Research Project - Assessing the Impact of Alternative Fish Trade Agreements Post EU-Exit

Final Report

Commissioned by

Marine Scotland

Issue date

April 2018

Document ref

 

Project no

R/4545/1

Date

Version

Revision Details

17/11/2017

1

Issued for client and PSG review (unsigned)

21/12/2017

2

Final issued for client use

08/01/2018

2.1

Final issued for client use

12/04/2018

2.2

Final issued for client use

Prepared ( PM)

Approved ( QM)

Authorised (PD)

S.F. Walmsley

N.J. Frost

S.C. Hull

Suggested Citation

ABPmer, InterAnalysis & Vivid Economics (2018). Seafood Trade Modelling Research Project - Assessing the Impact of Alternative Fish Trade Agreements Post EU-Exit, Final Report, ABPmer Report No.
A report produced by ABPmer for Marine Scotland, April 2018.

Contributing Authors

S.F. Walmsley (ABPmer), M. Gasiorek (InterAnalysis), R. Smale (Vivid Economics), C.A. Roberts (ABPmer), J. Rollo (InterAnalysis), I. Pozas Franco (Vivid Economics).

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