publication . Other literature type . Research . 2021

L'impact socio-économique du Brexit sur l'Inde, le Pakistan et le Sri Lanka au temps de Corona

Kohnert, Dirk;
Open Access French
  • Published: 20 Jul 2021
  • Publisher: Zenodo
Abstract
ABSTRACT & RÉSUMÉ & ZUSAMMENFASSUNG : Following the Brexit, London endorsed a CANZUK union with its former white settler colonies, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. This was meant as a valuable alternative to replace lost EU-market access. In contrast, non-white former British dominions – whether big (like India, Pakistan) or small (like Sri Lanka) were left on their own. The Indian Government perceived the Brexit vote initially as rather unfortunate because it would increase global instability and a weakening of the West. Indian multinationals like 'Tata', however, which had invested heavily in Britain as their gateway to Europe, saw Brexit as an econo...
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free text keywords: Brexit, COVID-19 pandémie, CANZUK, Royaume-Uni, l'Inde, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, impacte socio-économique, commerce international, zone de libre-échange, Anglosphère, Internationale Beziehungen, Wirtschaft, International relations, Economics, Brexit; pandémie de COVID-19; CANZUK; Royaume-Uni; zone de libre-échange; union douanière; Anglosphère; settler colonialism; white dominions, internationale Beziehungen, Entwicklungspolitik, Volkswirtschaftstheorie, International Relations, International Politics, Foreign Affairs, Development Policy, National Economy, internationale Wirtschaftsbeziehungen, Sri Lanka, Indien, Pakistan, Südasien, Entwicklungsland, Wirtschaftsentwicklung, Außenwirtschaftspolitik, Freihandel, Großbritannien, international economic relations, India, South Asia, developing country, economic development (on national level), international trade policy, free trade, Great Britain, ddc:327, ddc:330
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