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Finding opportunity in change

Adaptation remains the key to survival in a complex global economy

9 February 2018
The global economy is a complex and fragile thing. Most notably in 1982 the GDP growth rate of the global economy dropped to 0.3% of GDP. Since then, the world has witnessed several ups and downs culminating in a global recession in 2009.

What is deglobalisation?

7 February 2018
Deglobalisation is an awkward word for a phenomenon that makes investors and businesses anxious. The last time the world experienced it on a significant scale, between 1914 and 1945, was one of the darkest periods in history, encompassing two world wars, economic depression and trade protectionism.

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Article 1 - What is globalisation?
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Article 2 - Adaption remains the key to survival in a complex global economy
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Article 3 - Deglobalisation goes digital: the commercial future of the internet
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