The Brazilian economy has been very closed over recent years, but now the government has recognized trade liberalization as a key development goal which will boost economic growth.
The benefits and pitfalls of protectionist trade policies have long been debated by economists and policy-makers. New research suggests it can cause more harm than good.
An expert on China's economy busts some myths about the tensions between the world's two powerhouses.
Driven by a demand for food, the ancient food globalization process saw grains spread across vast regions.
Putting up barriers to trade is not the answer to domestic economic woes and only increases the risk of conflict between nations, writes Børge Brende.
The force which shaped the modern world is changing in ways which are not immediately obvious.
It is a myth that socially responsible pension investments and decent returns are mutually exclusive.
Current trade tensions between the United States and China hang heavy over global prospects for collaboration in 2019. In the long run, it's possible nobody will win.
Global flows of foreign direct investment (FDI) have been steadily increasing in recent decades, resulting in the presence of large multinationals spanning global production networks. Mos...
An estimated 90% of all world trade is facilitated by maritime shipping. This is where the action is.
How is it that Mexico, a relatively new player in the renewables industry, has managed to attain the lowest subsidy-free price for green power? The answer may be its free-trade public pol...
As the digital economy continues to dominate, participants of a workshop at Davos are calling for an inclusive framework to improve the ability to do business abroad.
China's slowdown and trade tensions are all weighting, according to the latest update to the IMF's World Economic Outlook.
China's economic growth has slowed to its lowest rate in almost 3 decades.
"In Globalization 4.0, companies that have nothing to do with growing cocoa still capture a disproportionate amount of profits from its end products."