Five myths about globalization

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While world leaders converged on Davos, Switzerland, this past week to discuss "Globalization 4.0" at the World Economic Forum, President Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May stayed home to deal with globalization-related crises: a government shutdown over Trump's demand for a border wall and Parliament's rejection of May's Brexit deal. Meanwhile, U.S.-China trade tensions continued to roil financial markets, and trade conflicts contributed to another downgrade of global growth forecasts. The political crossfire over globalization has propagated a raft of myths. Here are five of the most prevalent.
Bibliographic citation: Altman, Steven, "Five myths about globalization". Washington Post 25/01/2019
Date: 25/01/2019
Author(s): Altman, Steven
Document type: Opinion
Languages: English
Geographic area: United States; Switzerland