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The Globalization Series

AlixTalks with Martin Wolf, Chief Economics Columnist,
The Financial Times

"Doubts about globalization are really in the developed world. They have become globally integrated [...] and supply chains work across borders. It would be an immense upheaval to give this up. So [nations] need to prove that it is possible to have globalization without destroying the living standards of significant parts of the population."

- Martin Wolf

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The Globalization Series

AlixTalks with Martin Wolf, Chief Economics Columnist, The Financial Times

 

martin wolf

Why are some nations veering away from globalization?

"Doubts about globalization are really in the developed world. They have become globally integrated [...] and supply chains work across borders. It would be an immense upheaval to give this up. So [nations] need to prove that it is possible to have globalization without destroying the living standards of significant parts of the population."

- Martin Wolf

Why are some nations veering away from globalization?

"Doubts about globalization are really in the developed world. They have become globally integrated [...] and supply chains work across borders. It would be an immense upheaval to give this up. So [nations] need to prove that it is possible to have globalization without destroying the living standards of significant parts of the population."

- Martin Wolf