Chinese tech investment comes home

Economic hostility and sanctions exchanged between the United States and China will impact development of reality technologies, with winners and losers on both sides of the trade war

Can blockchain ease global payments?

Bold claims that blockchain can transform the payments industry, particularly in cross-border transactions, may soon be put to the test

Three mistakes companies make when entering global markets

Taking a company global can be both exciting and profitable, but it is not without its pitfalls

What Trump’s tariffs could mean for manufacturing

From car factories in Mexico to soybean exporters in Brazil, alternative markets could become unexpected beneficiaries of US President Donald Trump’s attack on overseas manufacturing

Trump’s tariffs represent a geopolitical risk

US steel worker in workshop

A looming trade war between the United States and China could boil over into a global trading crisis

Trade wars pose threat to supply chains

US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping

Cyberattacks, IT outages, floods, earthquakes – to the list of threats facing companies’ supply chains, we can now add protectionism

Terrorist carnage also wrecks economies

Brussels attack

Beyond the terrible human price paid by victims, terrorist attacks wreak havoc with local and global trade

Global trade: navigating a way around Brexit bother

David Davis at Conservative Part Conference

Exporters face the unwelcome prospect of increased red tape and trade barriers post-Brexit, but here are a couple of ideas to help ease the pain