Study on the impact of “Brexit” on EU-ESA trade and investment relations

AUG – SEPT 2016

The Indian Ocean Commission requested International Economics to conduct a study to analyse the impact of Brexit on EU-ESA trade and economic relations.
The work included a study of the significance of the UK in EU-ESA trade and investment relations, an assessment of the risks related to Brexit, and the likely way in which future EU-UK institutional relations will work. The team analysed several possible scenarios of Brexit and provided recommendations to the IOC in order to prepare and address the possible scenarios.

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