qwerty wrote:One would hope that calmer heads would prevail and this current spat with the EU will pass as other spats have done so over the years. As a precautionary measure I think I will keep my company going forward and not dissolve it on the 1st January.
Might just wait and see how this pans out over the next few months, we are living in very strange times at the moment.
seathrift wrote:With the EU in place or not trade will still need to go on. Most likely the current spat is purely to have in place someone to blame when things go wrong with the Euro. I think it unlikely that the eurozone will succeed, but I doubt life will change that much with regard to living in a foreign country. Agreements will be set up for Health Cover and the like, because there are just too many British expats in Europe and vice versa to consider abandoning them.
I would expect to see a European Union as now but with each operating it's own currency in a few years time. Quite how that will be managed is another matter and one hopes that there will not be too many Banks and Countries going bankrupt in the process. If this last happens on a large scale it will not matter where you live with regard to having any money to spend. There just will not be any.
Strange times indeed, but I do believe that most of the current pronouncements are just hot air and are being wound up by the media. Very few of them have anything to do with actually keeping the Euro stable. So I am going to sit back and watch the fireworks till somebody actually does something positive.
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