Is de-globalization the right term for what is occurring in the world today?
How should global investors define “globalization” and view the current dynamics and trends being seen in global trade?
Join us for a group discussion that unpacks the data, offering historical context on trade patterns and international perspectives on trends like US “re-shoring” and “near-shoring.”
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