Trade and Investment

Confronting neo-mercantilism: why regulation is critical to global trade

Mercantilism is based on the premise that one country can only make economic gains at the expense of another Image: REUTERS/Aly Song

Paul Rawlinson
Global Chair, Baker McKenzie
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World trade and world trade indicators, % year. Data: Oxford Economics/ Nederland CPB Image: Baker McKenzie and Oxford Economics, 'Global Transactions Forecast 2019'
Total global M&A activity, USD billion. Data: Oxford Economics/ Thomson Reuters Image: Baker McKenzie and Oxford Economics, 'Global Transactions Forecast 2019'
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