Brexit uncertainties reduced Belgian exports to UK - NBB paper

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The UK’s decision to leave the European Union has decreased the amount of exports it has taken from one of its nearest trading partners, a working paper published by the National Bank of Belgium finds.

In The impact of Brexit uncertainties on international trade: Evidence from Belgium, Emerson Erik Schimitz investigates some of the short-run effects of the UK’s decision to leave the European Union on other countries.

The author examines data on Belgian import and export flows to both the UK

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