The World Trade Organization's 12th Ministerial Conference (MC12) has been postponed indefinitely due to COVID-19 travel restrictions.
New WTO agreement promises to remove unnecessary trade barriers and improve the market for trade in services which accounts for two-thirds of global GDP.
The example of South Korea highlights how action on tariffs, trade facilitation, and regulatory harmonization can streamline the global response to health crises such as COVID-19.
A growing number of female artists, investors, and collectors from around the world are embracing cryptocurrency and NFTs, and bridging the gender gap.
A tweetstorm about congestion at LA ports highlighted the supply chain crisis. Governments are now stepping up efforts to remove the bottlenecks.
By 2030 the population of Belt and Road countries will be 5.2 billion. Green investment will be crucial in mitigating climate change and enabling recovery.
2020 saw some of the largest trade reductions and output volumes for both industrial production and goods trade since WWII, largely due to the pandemic.
A recent Global Alliance for Trade Facilitation study found there are four key success factors when building trust between public and private partners.
Lockdowns, labor shortages and disruptions to logistics networks have all led to a significant disruption to global supply chains, causing all-time high delivery times.
According to freight booking platform Freightos, container ship pile-ups at ports are significantly increasing the transit time between China and the U.S.
The world needs robust supply chains that are founded on sustainability, collaboration, trust, transparency, visibility and diversification of supply, write three experts.
To predict where blockchain might be heading, experts need to understand antitrust laws. Dr. Thibauld Schrepel explains the connections between the two.
New global minimum tax rate has been signed by over 136 countries. Here's what this global minimum corporate tax of 15% would mean for the world.
Africa has seen a surge in startup financing, but funding to female founders has been lacking, with only 3% of early-stage funding since 2013 going to all-female founding teams
Supply chain backups are causing shortages and frustration. Is a penchant for distributing cash to investors instead of investing in logistics part of the problem?