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Wednesday, 14 September 2016

Could Brexit Be Bad For The Caribbean?

Following the political earthquake that saw Britain vote to leave the EU, government ministers are already preparing for life outside the EU. But the Caribbean could be left behind. Among the many issues they considered was Britain’s decision to leave the European Union. Their focus was on a secretariat paper largely intended for information. While they recognised the British people’s decision represented a watershed in world affairs with far-reaching and long-lasting geopolitical and geo-economic repercussions, they decided that the best approach was to monitor developments as the process unfolds. It is a position that contrasts with that of many other nations that have begun to strategise, focus on priorities, and initiate an exploratory dialogue with British ministers, and in particular with the new Ministry of International Trade which will undertake all third country trade negotiations.

Source: voice-online.co.uk