Business, like government, must master geo-economics

Today, there is no harsh bilateral collision between opposing political and economic ideologies. Instead we are faced with geopolitics that encompass a host of ever more tightly interconnected factors: from international security, jurisdiction, global governance and diplomacy, combined with a global economic landscape in which leaders struggle to interpret the interconnected complexities of monetary and fiscal regimes, currency shocks, shifting international trade frameworks, global investment, talent migration and a host of other globalized macroeconomic forces.

Business, like government, must master geo-economics

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