Brexit and the future of global trade


Joint event with Konrad Adenauer Foundation and Global Policy Institute

3rd July 2017

At this seminar our expert panellists discussed the implications for global trade over the next two years of the Brexit negotiations and a possible Brexit at the end of them, placing European trade in the context of global trade, which is subject to a number of growing uncertainties. A particular theme of the panellists was the reactions of economic actors to a shifting economic environment.


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Dr Rebecca Harding, Co-Founder and CEO, Equant Analytics


Catherine Stewart, Partner, Jericho Chambers; Senior Adviser, Interel


Dr Gunnar Pohl, Deputy Director General – Head of Tax Services, German-British Chamber of Industry & Commerce




Dr Rebecca Harding:


Catherine Stewart: