Strategies for Global Connectedness
October 31, 2012 Editor 0
National efforts to expand international flows — of trade, capital, information, and people — can be a major leverage point for raising prosperity. This article, based on the DHL Global Connectedness Index, shows how different countries, such as the Netherlands, India, and Mexico, have different paths to prosperity, with a different mix of increases in flows of trade, capital, information, and people.
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