Commitment to globalisation keeps fading

posted by Jacki Buist
in Risk
25 November 2016

Brexit vote is just one contributor to uncertainty for future of globalisation...

Businesses around the world are facing greater instability across global supply chains, as revealed in the CIPS Risk Index for the third quarter of 2016, powered by Dun & Bradstreet. The rise to 81.6 – where risk is rated between one and 100 – was blamed largely on a weakness of international commitment to globalisation. This level of risk has not been seen since 2013, when the shock waves from the global economic crash of 2008 were still reverberating.

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