The IFF China Report 2019

Insight and perspectives from the world’s leaders, premier policy-makers and financiers

New globalisation – The path to the future

Multilateral rules and multilateral bodies will need to be upgraded in the coming years to better represent the shift in economic gravity towards Asia, which has emerged as the largest contributor to global growth during the past decade.


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Full circle – Globalisation rises again in the East

Globalisation was conceived on the ancient Silk Route, and now China will once again be the driver and innovator of a new world order, predicts Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, IFF board member, former president of the Philippines and speaker of the House of…

New era, new order, new future

The world must decide if it wants to exist under a multilateral rules-based system of justice and fair competition, or descend into populism and chaos, writes José Manuel Durão Barroso, IFF co-chairman, former president of the European Commission, and…

The need for a new multilateralism

Globalisation has made the planet richer and more interconnected, but it has also led to growing inequality, climate change, terrorism and a populist, protectionist backlash in developed nations. Only a new multilateralism can solve these problems,…

A tectonic shift in balance

A new balance of power is being formed before our eyes. In the absence of strong global leadership, it is up to each of us to embrace inevitable change and stay ahead of the curve, says Shaukat Aziz, IFF co-chairman, and former prime minister and finance…

Top gear – The drive to openness

Idling in neutral, the world economy has the technology for a great leap forward, but the demand is not yet there. Zheng Zhijie, president of the China Development Bank (CDB), discusses how China will set the tone for the next phase of globalisation, and…

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