17 January 2017

How the UK can lead the world on trade for development

Prime Minister Theresa May has said that the UK will be a "global leader on free trade”.  How can the UK use that opportunity to give the biggest possible boost to global development?  If the UK wanted to be the world leader on trade-for-development, what would the policies look like? 

There are options to consider not only on tariffs, quotas, and preferences, but also on improvements in UK systems and aid for trade as well as taxation.

I suggest some answers in a blog and paper with Ian Mitchell and Michael Anderson at CGD.

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