Is Geopolitics Damaging Industry?
FP convenes a discussion with four top global executives at the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland.
The last few years have brought historic challenges for multinational companies. Nationalism and protectionism were already on the rise when COVID-19 shut down global supply chains. Then Russia invaded Ukraine, and businesses around the world confronted a decision on whether to pull out of the Russian market. In an increasingly fractured world, it raises the question: How do companies with large global footprints decide which side to pick? How do industry leaders define morality? And what happens if the United States and China continue down a path of decoupling?
Ravi Agrawal is the editor in chief of Foreign Policy. Twitter: @RaviReports
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