Leaving the EU will be bad for trade, but a secret Brexit will be worse

As China’s domestically sourced supply of parts and components has risen over the past decade, this particular share of the country’s total imports has halved. We can think about these trends as part of the deglobalisation narrative, in which cross-border international lending and trade financing is much reduced, and foreign direct investment as a share of global GDP is … http://bit.ly/2hFsBKs

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