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."
Are we headed for a normalization of trade wars, or will leaders find a way to cooperate? Two trade experts give their take.
A full-blown US-China tariff war could reduce global GDP growth to 2.8% in 2019, writes Mario Mesquita, chief economist at Itaú Unibanco.
We need a comprehensive revamp of regional governance to create sustainable globalization, argues Yaroslav Lissovolik of the Valdai Discussion Club
Globalization 4.0 is the theme of Davos 2019 - but what were the three earlier waves of global trade?
A nearly complete, multi-billion dollar project under construction outside Cairo - demonstrates the hidden benefits of public-private partnerships.
Correcting misperceptions about the scale of global interconnections can help assuage concerns about globalization and foster a more constructive, fact-based discourse.
Nike and Rakuten may never have been around together, had Rakuten’s digital globalization begun 50 years earlier, or Nike’s founder started importing shoes to the US in 2017 instead of 1964.
In 2018, international trade grabbed headlines as the US went through a period of 'disruption' and reform amid Donald Trump's leadership. Here's what lies ahead.
For decades, the world economy has grown through a multilateral approach to trade, underpinned by WTO rules holding that if you offer something to one country, then you must offer it to e...
Surging market volatility and plunging trade growth have increased the risk of recession, writes IHS Markit's Chief Economist Dr Nariman Behravesh. Here are his top 10 forecasts for this ...
The next era of globalization could have explosive and far-reaching implications - both good and bad. Here's what it means for the world, and how we should prepare.
For decades, academics and practitioners alike have complained about corporate 'short-termism'. This column reviews its impact and role.