The CPTPP probably won’t invigorate post-Brexit Britain economically, and it could even be dangerous, geopolitically speaking.
International trade policy is back in British politicians’ hands.
The outbreak of COVID-19 could be used as a building block in the future to reinforce international co-operation and strengthen the pillars of globalization.
There are three broad sets of health-related opportunities and benefits that may shape the future of India-Africa relations.
There’s a strong case for more strategic local manufacturing. There’s little case for making cars and trains in Australia.
Abbott has little experience on trade but he packs a symbolic punch.
When manufacturing jobs disappear, what are the best ways to help unemployed workers?
For western businesses trading with these giants of the southern hemisphere, to be forewarned is to be forearmed.
This week, our experts are looking at the major trends in post-crisis globalisation.
Tumbling global trade with China proves no country or sector is an island.
Canada’s free-trade obsession has made us overly reliant on global supply chains. That’s a huge unforced error given that 19 years ago, 9/11 showed us just how quickly border policy can change.
The coronavirus is accelerating the deglobalization process. Here’s why that’s happening and what it means for the post-pandemic future.
With COVID-19 radicalizing the already radical presidency of Donald Trump, Canada may be forced to confront its dependence on the U.S. more directly and with greater urgency.
Beijing is touting its role in the world and praising its autocratic governmental system and its huge countrywide surveillance network. Hawks in Washington aren’t impressed.
Brexit will cause many uncertainties about what will happen next, especially from an economic point of view. Because of that Indonesia should seize every opportunity to increase its trade with the UK.
Shipping companies are expected to halve their greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
Cities have not been central to public policy discussions on trade growth and diversification that are typically centred on trade pacts between countries. But cities are now driving a lot of trade.
A new study has calculated the tremendous cost of ash dieback to the UK economy.
American companies still face enormous uncertainty about how they’ll be doing business in the UK and EU in the coming years, particularly as the April 12 Brexit deadline draws closer.
Despite the growing role of data and technology in the world economy, there are very few rules to govern digital trade.