Global trade is being rewired, hailing a new investment regime

Kevin Hebner  |  Epoch Investment Partners  |  07 February 2024  |  0.25 CE

Contrary to wide opinion, globalisation is not “history” but is being reinvented. Since 2010, rising Chinese nationalism, the Covid pandemic, and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine helped bring an end to 30 years of hyper-globalisation. Weaponised interdependence and the derisking of global supply chains mean location matters again. Rather than relying on highly-efficient global supply chains, governments and firms must now carefully consider how they source resources and goods – whether it’s energy, semiconductors or electric vehicles – as well as risks...

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