Doing Business in a World of Uncertainty


  1. Worried that their nations’ jobs and economic vitality are jeopardized by a one-two punch of outsourcing and immigration, politicians are responding with harsh rhetoric and in some cases actual trade barriers that threaten the flow of commerce across borders.
  2. They need to rethink how they’re going to compete and prosper in a world where growing numbers of people no longer share their view that globalism is an unequivocally good thing.
  3. But for companies that already compete globally, and for the many more whose growth plans call for joining them overseas, the results of this nationalist and protectionist sentiment are just as important as its causes.

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