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Point of view
It is tempting to see something new in the protectionist measures that various governments are seeking to implement at a time when globalization has fallen out of favor and is being blamed as the root of all evils. We have already seen (Act 1) that powers such as the United States and China, who claim to be free-traders or multilateralists, have never really dismantled the barriers of entry to their markets. A close examination of these barriers reveals that they are designed to support industrial policies by using tried-and-tested methods.
03 May 2017 - by Corinne Vadcar
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IF Day
What financial services without London for EU 27 countries?
Monday July 3rd, 2017 - 10:00 / 17:30
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January 2017 - Study - Economic changes

Thinking economic action to reflect the new patterns of value creation

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January 2017 - Focus - Growth drivers

While environmental taxation must rise to speed up the energy transition and change behaviours, offsetting this increase by a drop in other taxes would have the benefit of boosting economic activity at the same time. This is what we refer to as the "green tax shift".

This « Focus » opens the debate of a "green tax shift" in France. 

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October 12th 2016 - Focus - Business environment

This Focus sheds a light on the consequences of Brexit on the European financial industry.

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It is tempting to see something new in the protectionist measures that various governments are seeking to implement at a time when globalization has fallen out of favor and is being blamed as the root of all evils. We have already seen (Act 1) that powers such as the United States and China, who claim to be free-traders or multilateralists, have never really dismantled the barriers of entry to their markets. A close examination of these barriers reveals that they are designed to support industrial policies by using tried-and-tested methods.

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It is tempting to categorise the protectionist policies proposed by leaders such as President Trump as “new”. However, it is clear that they are not new from a historical perspective. Rather, more than ever, they are taking a nationalist form that transforms them from “soft risks” into “hard risks”.

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Monday July 3rd, 2017 - 10:00 / 17:30 - IF Day - Business environment

What financial services without London for EU 27 countries?