03 Aug 2020 by Dr Frank Eich
Britain’s future trade relationships - distance will still matter
For the British government one attraction of leaving the European Union is to be able to pivot trade flows away from Europe towards the rest of the world. A key motivation is that by shifting exports from slow-growing mature economies to fast-growing emerging countries the UK can “future proof” itself and enjoy faster growth in return. But is this realistic?
Sir Sebastian Wood KCMG, HM Ambassador to Germany and Michael Schmidt
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