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      10-12-2019, 06:35 PM   #38

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I don't think the "end" is the correct word. It's more like "reshuffling" with politics as the priority as opposed to profits as was in the past.

The end of globalization is here — now investors need to prepare for what’s next
However, the one de-globalization scenario that is especially concerning is a deep split between China- and U.S.-led economic blocs. Admittedly, it seems unlikely that trade and investment flows between the West and China dry up completely, in a repeat of the Cold War between the U.S. and the former Soviet Union. But a mix of restrictions on trade in specific sectors and products seems likely, as does some sort of technological iron curtain. Were this to happen, it would have a more deleterious effect on global growth, not to mention geopolitical stability.