Join us on 9 November 2022 at 10:00 CET, 17:00 GMT+8 as the Hinrich Foundation and IMD share highlights of this year’s index and discuss its implications on sustainable global trade.
Geopolitical tensions and the global economic slowdown have changed the way economies interact with each other. Pandemic-induced supply-chain disruptions, tariff wars and other interruptions to trade have made economies more inward-looking in their bid to be self-sufficient. The sustainability of trade must remain a fundamental objective of the international community in order to ensure long-term economic growth and value creation.
If you are interested in gaining a deeper understanding of the key factors and global trends affecting the sustainability of international trade, join this webinar and Q&A where the results of the 2022 Hinrich-IMD Sustainable Trade Index (STI) – released the previous day – will be discussed together with their policy implications. The STI measures the readiness and capacity of 30 countries to participate in the international trading system in a manner that supports the long-term domestic and global goals of economic growth, social capital and environmental protection.
In discussion with Christos Cabolis, Chief Economist of the World Competitiveness Center, will be Stephen Olson, Senior Research Fellow at the Hinrich Foundation, and moderator Chuin Wei Yap, Program Director, International Trade Program at the Hinrich Foundation.
Date and time: 9 November 2022 at 10:00 (CET), 17:00 (GMT+8)
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