18:30 - 20:00, drinks reception to follow
Location: Herringham Hall, Regent's University London
The growth of international trade since World War Two has been striking. Between 1950 and 2007 it grew by an average of 6.2 per cent a year, outstripping rises in global GDP.
But since the global financial crisis, the post-war trade boom has been under threat. Free trade faces major challenges, including:
Join Sir Martin Donnelly KCB, until recently head of the UK’s International Trade Department, Vicky Pryce and Shanker Singham will debate the future of global trade at this critical juncture.
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