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Oxera analysis confirms the Port of Dover’s contribution to UK and European economy

The results of a new economic impact survey conducted by Oxera for the Port of Dover suggest that the Port of Dover is a national asset—and crucial to the performance of the Kent economy.

The head of Oxera’s Transport team Andrew Meaney, said: “Following a robust economic analysis, it is plain to see the Port of Dover is a vital cog in the UK economy and European logistics chain. It already adds significant value and, given the right powers, can add so much more.  Without it, the UK would be less competitive and the cost to industry would be substantial.”

The full release is available on the Port of Dover’s website.

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Now in its 15th year, this CPD-accredited training course will give you a comprehensive grounding in the latest economic theory and empirical techniques used by the European Commission, national competition authorities and courts. You will also develop a toolkit to judge when and how competition is being distorted or restricted. Case studies are used throughout our courses to put the theory and techniques into practice.

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