Shocks and Short Circuits: The Rewiring of Global Trade
The bright shoots of economic growth, scarcely emerged from the trampling of the pandemic, are under threat once again, assailed by commodity supply shocks and political instability exacerbated by the war in Ukraine.
Contributors this month look at the complex impacts on trade and investment across developed and developing economies and the capacity of credit and political risk insurance to facilitating re-wiring supply chains while protecting investment in critical social and environmental projects.
Thanks to all contributing authors this month:
Luca Moneta, Marsh Specialty; Cinzia Guerrieri and Valerio Ranciaro, SACE; Jean-Francois Lambert, Lambert Commodities; Sian Aspinall, BPL Global; Leah Gilbert Morris, EDC; and Katharine Morton, TXF