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This is how Brexit would affect British trade

The "Brexiteers" argue that their goal would have no effect on the United Kingdom’s global trade. They are wrong. Image:  REUTERS/Luke MacGregor

Roderick Abbott

Former Deputy Director-General, WTO

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