7 August 2019
This paper aims to provide an overview of what frameworks are and what Assembly committees might need to consider in terms of scrutiny.
6 June 2019
What do we know about how the UK Shared Prosperity Fund might operate in Wales?
3 December 2018
This article sets out the conclusions of the UK Government and Bank of England analysis, highlighting key findings in relation to Wales.
26 November 2018
This first report, in a series of three, looks at the implications of Brexit for the Welsh ports sector. It follows the committee's previous work on Brexit and Welsh ports, which was published in August 2017.
This blog post outlines various international models of engagement between central and sub-national governments on trade negotiations and agreements to provide examples of the arrangements from elsewhere.
9 November 2018
Following the Finance Committee's report on replacing EU funds, this article outlines the Welsh Government's response to the report and looks at key developments since the report was published.
A look at the work of the Assembly in response to the UK Government's proposals for future trade, including the UK Trade Bill.
6 November 2018
The UK Government has committed to replacing EU structural funds in the UK with a shared prosperity fund. This blog post contains some frequently asked questions about the proposed fund and how it will work in Wales.
16 October 2018
On 16 October, the Cabinet Secretary for Finance made a statement to update the Chamber on the Government’s preparations in this area.
11 October 2018
Read about what the Government and Assembly committees are saying about securing continued investment once the UK leaves the EU.
26 September 2018
With Wales currently receiving around £680 million per year in EU funding, this report looks at preparations for replacing this funding after Brexit.
27 September 2018
The Economy, Infrastructure and Skills Committee has been looking at how the Government has been selling Wales to the world, and how they should prepare for the future.
After Brexit, trade with the EU will continue to be important. This article looks at the potential impact of Brexit on our ports.