The Special Relationship: what might a Donald Trump presidency mean for UK businesses?

Date: 22-11-2016

Tagged as: TradeEconomyUS electionsUK Business


In the immediate aftermath of Donald Trump’s US election victory, veteran broadcaster Declan Curry shares his opinion of the challenges and opportunities facing America’s new president and what it means for UK business.

Former BBC Breakfast presenter and award-winning journalist, Declan Curry, has appeared on numerous radio and television programmes and written extensively for newspapers and business publications. He also sits on the National Business Awards Advisory Board and the Global Economic Symposium.

In our exclusive interview, Declan Curry cuts to the heart of what the election of Donald Trump could mean for UK business, how destabilising the result could be for the global economy and speculates on whether the leader of the free world could start the end of free trade agreements.

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