10 threats to globalisation in 2017

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Johannesburg - Globalisation as we know it is changing and is slowly being replaced by a multipolar world, research by Credit Suisse revealed.

In its recent Globalisation report, Credit Suisse Research Institute (CSRI) explained that multipolarity involves the shift of power in terms of trade, GDP, foreign direct investment (FDI), budget size and population. These powers will be less concentrated in a specific region and will be shared across different regions.

READ: Globalisation took hits in 2016, will 2017 lead to more?

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