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Regime shift: new world order will challenge globalisation

Gains from globalisation peaked around the start of the new millennium and a shifting balance of geopolitical power now risks unpicking them. These changes have important knock-on implications for corporate behaviour and are a key aspect of a new regime in policy and market behaviour.

04-13-2023
Read full reportRegime shift New world order will challenge globalisation
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Authors

David Rees
Senior Emerging Markets Economist
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Authors

David Rees
Senior Emerging Markets Economist

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Regime shift
Global
Equities
Bonds
Cash
David Rees
Economics
Economic views
Global economy
Deglobalisation
New world order
Global value chains
Multi-national companies
Reshoring
Politics
Energy transition
Russia-Ukraine conflict
Developed markets
Emerging Markets
Coronavirus
Global financial crisis
3D Reset

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