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>> Amsterdam and Paris emerging as winners from the ongoing Brexit saga on Monday. Both cities chosen as home to two European agencies, which are leaving London, because of the UK's decision to exit the European Union. Amsterdam will host the European Medicines Agency, the arrival of the drug's agency will bring with it 900 staff, as well as the offices of a host of international pharmaceuticals companies.
Meanwhile, Paris has been picked as the new home for the European Banking Authority. The smaller agency sets rules used by the European Central Bank, to carry out stress tests on the blocks banking center. Competition has been fierce, as both agencies bring with them an economic boost, and added prestige.
But it is an issue the EU wants to resolve without a protracted dispute, keen as it is to preserve unity as the 2017 member block negotiates its divorce from Britain. That process continuing in the UK on Monday. British Prime Minister Theresa May, meeting with senior ministers to discuss how much cash the UK owes the EU as a divorce payment.
It is an issue that is threatening to derail British hopes for a negotiated exit, and an agreement on a new trading relationship by March 2019. May has signaled, she would increase her initial offer, estimated at some 20 billion Euros.>> Is a deep and special and comprehensive partnership.
>> On Monday the European Union Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said, he wants an ambitious trade deal with the UK.>> As soon as we will have agreed on how to set the>> The future of those negotiations will be determined, by how Britain's offer is received at an EU summit, set for next month.