A New Era in Global Trade? New Economist Intelligence Unit Report

A New Era in Global Trade? New Economist Intelligence Unit Report

After decades of relative economic stability, the dynamics of global trade have been thrown into disarray by the current pandemic. Many believe this disruption won’t be short-lived, with leading analysts and trade experts predicting it will result in months of economic instability to come.

This new study dives into the key factors driving modern commerce, business transactions and supply chains over the next year. These five drivers were identified as the top contributing factors to global trade in 2020 and beyond:

  • Covid-19

  • United States trade policy and China

  • United States trade policy and the European Union

  • Rising non-tariff protectionism

  • Taxation of global trade

Read the report to learn how organisations can safeguard global trade in 2020.

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