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Maritime Trade in Transition

Trade patterns will be redefined over the next decade as the combined effects of the fourth industrial revolution (artificial intelligence, robotics, the internet of things, 3D printing and digitalisation), shifting global demographics, emerging non-OECD middle class, decarbonisation of industry, climate change and many other factors disrupt everything we know about economic growth, from labour markets to trade relations.

 

 

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