Why Latin America Lost at Globalization—and How It Can Win Now
A case for greater intraregional trade in today’s changing world
Susan Segal: Deglobalization Means Fresh Challenges for Latin America
A shakeup in supply chains recalls past changes in the macroeconomic conditions facing emerging markets.
How to Harness Shifting Supply Chains? Four Experts Explain
Leading voices from Latin America’s public and private sector look at strategies for the current moment.
Novo na AQ: Uma oportunidade única para a América Latina
Um mundo em transformação abre espaço para a inclusão da região na cadeia global de suprimentos e aumento da integração regional. Mas será necessário agir para tornar isto uma realidade, como mostra a reportagem especial da AQ.
Free Trade and Poverty
Is globalization a leading cause of rising inequality? Or does it help reduce poverty? These questions are at the heart of the major economic and social challenges confronting both high income and developing countries today. For developed industrial nations, the answers are bound to determine the outcome of the currently troubled Doha Round of trade talks—and possibly the future direction of the global multilateral trading system itself. But the stakes are no less high for developing countries.