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We may live in a period of de- globalization that began a decade ago. Trade globalization seems to have peaked between 2007 and 2010, and foreign direct investment (FDI) globalization between 2007 and 2011. Today, regions and countries have access to local resources and capital that foster independent local development.
Globalization is commonly defined in International Business as the process of increasing interdependence among nations. Accordingly, de-globalzation represents the process of weakening interdependence among nations. where global turns glocal and local.
As a trend, deglobalization means new local opportunities appear and global culture and trade needs to be adaptable and specific.
Join us for a week to discover the challenges and opportunities that deglobalization can create for your project, company or institution following our strategic foresight method.
Trendslab19 - Deglobalization
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