Are the new pattern of world commerce and the global supply chain becoming clearer?
We have already seen that globalisation has slowed down, for many reasons in the last ten years. Also geopolitics has influenced the process of back home for several industries in US and EU, while China still maintain a limited access to its market.
Interesting to see a possible reversed trend of globalisation based on both geopolitical and economic influencing factors.
A perspective of a potential shift from globalisation to “slowbalisation” with impact on trade, supply chain, FDI and way of working from the Economist.