Trading places

11 August 2014 By Richard Beales

Before the 2008 crisis, leaders from Washington to Beijing mostly believed more trade creates greater prosperity. Trade liberalization was a goal in itself. That has changed, as Russian sanctions make clear. Governments are increasingly treating trade as a political lever.

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