Moderator: James Harding
Speakers: Ana Botín, Roberto Campos Neto, Oby Ezekwesili and Johannes Hahn
Real economic, social and technological imperatives drove the latest wave of globalization for more than four decades, raising global prosperity, reducing inequality among nations and fostering more open societies. That wave has given way to a new fragmentation, driven largely by geopolitical strategic concerns and history. Has globalization run its course? How far can fragmentation go? What does the new trend mean for people, businesses and societies? How has the role of businesses changed?
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