After Brexit, an ASEAN−EU trade agreement?
Lili Yan Ing and Abigail Ho
Senior economist and research associate at ERIA
PREMIUM After the wave of globalization following the end of World War II, a series of recent events suggest that the tide may well be turning. International trade as a proportion of global gross domestic product (GDP) has stopped growing in the last decade. The momentum for multilateral trade liberalization has stumbled and Doha seems to not be going anywhere (even though the Trade Facilitation Agreem...
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