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In part two of the global trade policy series, Chris Horseman and Roger Bernard return to look at international policy from the perspective of the UK and the EU.
With Brexit shaking up the European Union, are we heading for a new paradigm in which long-term expansion in international trade is no longer a political priority? Or will the imperatives of economic growth inevitably re-assert themselves once the initial shocks have been absorbed?
If you missed part one of this series looking at international trade policy from a US point of view, you can check it out here.
If you prefer, you can read the episode transcript.
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