International Commerce and Global Change
We are witnessing an epoch characterized by the end of certainties and the change of paradigms. We may perceive the rearrangement of geopolitical centers and the rise of new economic players, such as China and the BRICS countries. It is fundamental that the economic, political, and social actions to be undertaken take into account the structural changes of this new cycle that is beginning. This paper analyses the current trade panorama, where we saw a huge gap between trade sectors. As well we think neo-liberalism has nothing left to offer. The economic road has to be reformulated in accordance with the nature that globalization itself imposes, which is the articulation of regions in a new supranational framework.
Volume (Year): 4 (2012)
Issue (Month): 3 (September)
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