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Thursday, July 22, 2021 (12 PM - 2 PM) (GMT+8)

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Tianshan, Level 5, Island Shangri-La

Supreme Court Road
Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong SAR (China)

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Whether you believe or not that the world is de-globalising, this is one of the most consequential topics of our time, and as such front of mind for companies' management. Given ongoing geopolitical trends, will we see the emergence of a bifurcated supply chain landscapes? And what will this mean for MNCs which until now have thrived by accessing, and bringing together, the different comparative advantages of the countries linked by their global value chains?

Please join us to discuss the key highlights of EIU's white paper, 'The cost of de-globalising world trade,' which takes a deep dive into the recent developments impacting international trade and investment and warns about the impending threat of an increasingly 'slowbalised' world.

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