Impact of Brexit on EU-ESA trade and investment relations

The UK voted to leave the European Union (EU), on 23 June 2016, referred to as Brexit. Given the political and financial importance of the United Kingdom for the EU, it is likely that the implications of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union will have direct consequences for trade, services, investments and development finance assistance in the Eastern and Southern Africa-Indian Ocean (ESA-IO) region.
International Economics conducted a study for the Indian Ocean Commission to analyse the impact of Brexit on EU-ESA trade and economic relations.

Project Areas

International Business Strategy

E-Commerce and Digital Trade

Policy and Negotiations

Risk Management

Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning

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