UK-ASEAN Trade: Strengthening the Supply Chain Linkages
Anita Prakash (),
Alicia Garcia Herrero and
David Martinez Turegano
No 2021-RPR-11 in Books from Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA)
The United Kingdom (UK) and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) have commenced a Dialogue Partnership which foresees years of closer economic relations ahead. Against this backdrop, the UK and ASEAN have reinforced their mutual desire to work in partnership for rebuilding and recovery, and sustainable growth, in the post-COVID-19 era. The UK is looking towards greater integration into Asia and playing a significant role in the emerging economic architecture in the Indo–Pacific in which ASEAN has a central role. The Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA), based in Jakarta, has conducted this study for the UK, using data and evidence from its existing research and policy studies on trade and supply chains in the ASEAN region and East Asia. While the policy recommendations presented in the study are drawn up from the perspective of the UK–ASEAN Dialogue Partnership, they also offer a review of the current state of trade and value chain integration in the ASEAN and East Asia and provide pointers for the road ahead in post-COVID-19 recovery and rebuilding.
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