What does a ‘low-cooperation era’ mean for global business?

As governments around the world retreat from multilateral agreements and adopt more aggressive stances, potential risks to business are flourishing. What can firms do to adapt?

Associate Vice President Rashi Singh’s expert take on the effect low international cooperation can have on business growth has been featured in The Times - one of the UK’s leading newspapers - in a Business Risk report produced by Raconteur, a publisher of special-interest content for business leaders. In the article, Rashi cites a recent example from the semiconductor sector, showcasing how tensions between China, Taiwan and the US have put supply chains under pressure.