The EU and Great Britain settled their future trade relations with a last-minute agreement. The agreements are particularly important for the German auto industry.
Stuttgart – The German auto industry has been following the tough negotiations between the EU and Great Britain on future trade relations with particular attention. For companies, a lot depends on an agreement. The President of the Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA), Hildegard Müller, is relieved that an agreement has come about: “With the result that has become known, the risk of a ‘no deal’ has been eliminated, and the companies can finally get on with the implementation of a free trade agreement. “