It seems clear that there will be a post-Brexit repositioning of British trade and investment flows with the rest of the world, with implications for the UK’s relationship with Latin America. This may include new opportunities for Anglo-Latin American business. Much will depend on the detailed terms of the ‘divorce’ with the EU and the new trading arrangements eventually put in place, details of which will only emerge in time. In this paper, we seek to outline some of the main options, and their potential costs and benefits from the UK’s perspective.

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