The Future of Globalization

The Future of Globalization

March 2014

Globalisation has withstood financial crisis and continues to expand and integrate all markets and societies of the world, ushering in a new era of strategic competition on geopolitical, geo-economic, and geo-technological levels. A new geopolitical marketplace is emerging with the rise of China, India, Brazil and Russia; the competitive geo-economic environment in which western economies struggle to achieve consistent growth while emerging markets struggle with productivity and inequality; and the rise of ?geotechnology? as a prism to capture how biotechnology, nano-technology, robotics and other sectors, as well as the rise of ?smart cities? and other high-tech clusters, will re-shape the global balance of innovation.

Keywords: Singapore Summit 2014, Market, Global, Emerging, Growth, China, Infrastructure, Urban

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