De-globalisation or de-risking? Strategies for the future of global trade


With multiple crises hitting the global economy at the same time (war in Ukraine, inflation, US-China trade, etc.), uncertainty over heightened geopolitical tensions is having wide ramifications for policymakers and business leaders alike in designing strategies for the future of global value chains, including efficient and reliable sourcing and production for managing the twin transition.

On 22 June, Eurochambres will promote the "De-globalisation or de-risking? Strategies for the future of global trade" session. The panel aims to bring together government and business leaders to discuss how companies can best navigate a volatile global business environment while seizing the opportunities of open trade. The event is a parallel session of the 13th World Chambers Congress (WCC).

The 13th WCC will happen in Geneva from 21 to 23 June 2023 and it is organised by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) in collaboration with the Geneva Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services (CCI Geneva). The 13th WCC has more than forty sessions with global experts in their fields, under the three main themes of multilateralism, innovation and sustainability. The main objective is to discuss ways to shape the next economic era in the service of peace and prosperity.

Eurochambres is a strategic regional partner for the 13th WC. Due to this collaboration, the chamber network will benefit from a special 10% discount on the Congress registration fees.

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