In the digital era, tax, trade and competition rules need an upgrade

Trade, tax and competition rules need to promote both technological innovation and societal harmony Image: Unsplash

Sean Doherty

Head, International Trade and Investment; Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum

Aditi Sara Verghese

Policy Lead, World Economic Forum


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