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Globalisation is good—we must manage it better

Its benefits must be shared more widely

By George Magnus  

Globalisation could be pushed into reverse in the US, argues Magnus ©Evan Vucci/AP/Press Association Images

Last week the Resolution Foundation, a UK think tank and charity that supports the interests of those on lower incomes, published a widely-noted and compelling report. Its central claim was that, contrary to what many people have argued, globalisation is not the bete noire for the less well-off. It suggested that the…

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