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The world today looks a bit like it did before World War I - but what does that mean?

A recent report looks at globalization today, comparing it to the situation in the build up to World War I. Image: REUTERS/David Gray

Ana Swanson
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 170105-merchandise exports percentage gdp 1870 1913 Source Deutsche Asset Management
Image: Deutsche Asset Management
 foreign born population in the US
Image: Deutsche Asset Management
share of the top 1 per cent, 5 per cent and 10 per cent in the U.S. and U.K. 1918-2012
Image: World Top Incomes Database
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