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(June 19): For nearly three decades, global supply chains were the quiet engines of economic globalisation. From 1990 to 2008, they drove the rapid expansion of trade, accounting for 60–70% of its growth. More than a decade later, however, they have stalled — and may in some areas be going into reverse.

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