How de-globalization has led to Trump’s trade wars – Dambisa Moyo (Pt. 2/2)

The trade wars with the U.S. and China had roots in the broader movement of de-globalization that has resulted in such protectionist events such as increased tariffs and Brexit, said economist and best-selling author, Dambisa Moyo.
“I think there’s clearly been a lot of disaffection with globalization because there has been a lot of losers from the process,” Moyo told Kitco News.

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