GLOBALISATION

GLOBALISATION

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  1. World Trade Organization (WTO) in Geneva

    Commentary: To save international trade and itself, the WTO needs a reboot

    In a world economy already imperilled by COVID-19, members’ political will, determination, and flexibility is needed to revive it, says Ngozi ...
  2. Traders are waiting for the Tuesday release of China's official manufacturing PMI data

    Commentary: We can’t just quit trading with China

    Amid brewing Sino-US tensions, economic distancing from China would carry heavy costs, says ANU’s Shiro Armstrong.
  3. The United States currently runs a trade deficit with China, whose port at Lianyungang in the

    Commentary: Hard truths about trade exposed by COVID-19

    The advantages of global free trade can be preserved while its deficiencies are corrected, say Peter Gourevitch and Deborah Seligsohn.
  4. Flags of U.S. and China are displayed at AICC's booth during China International Fair for Trad

    Commentary: No country will survive deglobalisation

    Building resilience in the current open system does not mean tearing down the entire system and starting over again, says Professor Kenneth Rogoff.
  5. The long-running trade war between China and the US has seen them swap tariffs on goods worth

    Commentary: Globalisation is facing a third strike-and-out scenario

    The world faces a gradual but prolonged delinking of trade and investment, which would add to the secular headwinds already facing the global ...
  6. Workers walk in the City of London

    Commentary: Weaker growth prospects herald bad news for businesses and financial markets

    What’s the outlook for the global economy this year? Downside risks and the lack of a cushion throw questions on optimistic projections, say ...
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    Commentary: Trump had a chance for leverage over China but blew it

    US businesses are still counting the costs of withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, says the Financial Times' Tom Mitchell.
  8. Supporters cheer behind him as Trump holds a rally with supporters in an arena in Youngstown, Ohio

    Commentary: Is the populist tide finally retreating?

    Populism sits uneasily with the trend of growing support for globalisation and immigration, says Professor Joseph Nye at Harvard.
  9. India Art fair 2018

    Commentary: When contemporary art becomes a tool of soft power competition

    The two rising powers in Asia, China and India, are using art as a means to win over investors and the global intelligentsia, says Associate ...
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    Commentary: Are the Davos elite still relevant?

    The World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos does not need to make a breakthrough to be effective, says one observer.