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Trade implications of Brexit for developing countries

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Now that the UK has triggered Article 50 to leave the European Union, we witness growing speculation about their future relations. Yet, the implications of Brexit go beyond Europe and will significantly affect third countries around the world.

In our new interview, ECDPM’s San Bilal discusses the situation of developing countries and their trade agreements with the European Union. Will they continue to have preferred access to the UK market? How can the transition period be bridged, before new deals are in place? And what are the risks and pitfalls along the way?

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