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How will the future of globalisation play out?

While the downside risks of a global trade war are often overstated, we think the bigger concern is that the world splits into competing regional blocs that do not cooperate on trade or investment. This could cause global supply chains to splinter and technology transfer to seize up, ultimately leading to much weaker global growth. It would also be fertile ground for other unorthodox economic policies.

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