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The thesis is about Tasmania Walking Company (TWC). The thesis discusses the viable investment strategies that the company should invest in so as to sustain its brand and profits into the future. The thesis suggests understanding the changing needs of its customers.
Made up of 28 member countries, the European Union (EU) is powerful economic and political union which permits free trade and liberty of living, movement, working and studying in any of the EU countries. The UK joined the EU in 1973 and was apparently the first to exit on 31st January 2020 following a Brexit vote which saw the conservative party win 52 percent majority against opponents who accounted for 48 percent. Brexit poses great social, economic and political consequences to United Kingdom (UK) and European Union (EU) at large. The severe implications could affect foreign policy, trade agreements as well as budget and appropriations. Proponents of Brexit however, argue that the exit was necessary for attaining economic interdependence, autonomy and immigration policies. This essay examines the effects of Brexit on the European Union (EU).
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