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The era of free trade may be coming to an inglorious end

The world is beginning to close its borders, and what follows will be seismic.

2nd August, 2008

The world is beginning to close its borders, and what follows will be seismic.

Are we seeing the return of protectionism, narrow gauge xenophobia and the end of the cosmopolitan force that was globalisation?

Are we seeing the first of many instances where the EU and the US are unable to force their will on the rest of the world because they are no longer powerful enough? If this is so, what will these trends...

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