The first gatherings of the G20 promised an auspicious future for global governance. but now the group has replaced action with empty talk, argues Jim O’Neil, Chair of Chatham House
A lack of market neutrality and regulatory hurdles are also among the challenges European firms face operating in China.
Amazon is celebrating its 25th birthday. Professor of marketing, Venkatesh Shankar, looks at the ways it has made an impact.
After years of talks, Africa's leaders have formed a 55-nation trade agreement, with the aim of seeing in a new era of development.
If investors demand better security practice in both their portfolio and target companies, they can play a part in securing our digital futures.
Speaking at the 'summer Davos' in Dalian, the Chinese Premier said Beijing is committed to the general direction of economic globalization. Here's his speech in full.
A study has found that trade uncertainty in the first three months of the year could result in a 0.75% reduction in global growth, as well as having long-term negative impacts on trade an...
As the WTO’s Aid for Trade initiative comes under review, here are the key issues to consider in the context of today's fast-changing global trading system
For anyone fearing a relentless trade war between the world's two biggest economies, there was a glimmer of optimism on the eve of this year's Summer Davos: the leaders of China and the U...
This column suggests that people often react by demanding trade protection when faced with shocks that generate unemployment, with the largest effects observed when it is caused by import...
Single windows can significantly reduce admin processes for trade partners – but they've traditionally suffered with a number of tricky pain points. Until blockchain came along, that is.
American companies run a significant trade surplus in China, which means that they are particularly vulnerable to the effects of a potential US-China trade war.
A Global Trade Identity (GTID) system means supply chain actors can be sure of who they are digitally transacting with, without third-party help.
Europe’s competition policy has successfully contained the rise in concentration and excess profits, and the EU should not follow the US in weakening its approach.
To fully understand the reasons behind political polarisation, we need to engage with the psychology of group identity and its effect on voter beliefs.