Pro-EU banners in London last April. In an ideal world, Brussels and London would cooperate in engaging Asia. Photo: AP Pro-EU banners in London last April. In an ideal world, Brussels and London would cooperate in engaging Asia. Photo: AP
Pro-EU banners in London last April. In an ideal world, Brussels and London would cooperate in engaging Asia. Photo: AP
Fraser Cameron
Opinion

Opinion

Eye on Asia by Fraser Cameron

An EU-Britain contest for Asia’s trade will only weaken both Brussels and London

  • Post-Brexit Britain simply does not have the resources to trump the EU’s trade engagement with Asia. Worse, such a contest will weaken the combined ability of Britain and the EU to push the common cause of free trade and multilateralism

Pro-EU banners in London last April. In an ideal world, Brussels and London would cooperate in engaging Asia. Photo: AP Pro-EU banners in London last April. In an ideal world, Brussels and London would cooperate in engaging Asia. Photo: AP
Pro-EU banners in London last April. In an ideal world, Brussels and London would cooperate in engaging Asia. Photo: AP
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