Europe's Share of World Trade is Shrinking Commonwealth Grows As EU Shrinks

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Older readers will remember the outrage when the UK joined the “Common Market” that New Zealand lamb and Anchor butter became subject to import tariffs. The Commonwealth was excluded by a pessimistic political class that saw the future in Brussels. Now look at the Commonwealth’s market size…

A free trading Britain could negotiate free trade deals with Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and India. Stuck inside a declining trade bloc the UK can’t…

Chart taken from Change or Go.

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