3D Printing

Would a digital border tax slow down adoption of 3D printing?

3D printing is often used to produce custom-made objects. Image: REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez

Jimena Sotelo

Project Lead, Digital Trade, World Economic Forum LLC

Venkataraman Sundareswaran

Fellow, Mitsubishi Chemical Group

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