Trade and Investment

Brexit has already hurt EU and non-EU exports by up to 13%

British exports to both EU and non-EU countries have taken a hit. Image: REUTERS/Peter Nicholls

Terence Huw Edwards

Senior Lecturer in Economics, Loughborough University

Christian Soegaard

Lecturer in Economics, University of Warwick

Mustapha Douch

Research Fellow in Economics, Lloyds Banking Group Centre for Business Prosperity (LBGCBP), Aston University

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