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Global value chains have been casualties — and life savers — in protectionist times

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By joining geographically-based industry clusters, small and medium-sized firms can access the “people and pipelines” necessary for international trade
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Souped-up supply chains and ghostly governance combine to victimize more than 40 million people

Global value chains have been casualties — and life savers — in protectionist times

Global marketing strategy needs to be balanced with local relevance and response

What astronauts can tell earthbound leaders on how to harness cultural diversity in their workplaces
Consumers increasingly are going global yet strong sub-cultures still hold sway. How should marketing strategies keep up with the times?
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Budding finance stars prep for the opportunities to come — wherever they may be

Three ways China’s economy is unlike any other

Diversity can be the engine that drives successful international joint ventures. But diversity can also destroy them with schoolyard behaviour

When the oil price cycle and the political cycle are out of whack, we’re doomed to be caught flat-footed

Developing countries that strengthen intellectual property rights attract a greater variety of imports in patent-intensive industries

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