South Korean car manufacturer Kia Motors has a factory in Pesqueria, Mexico. Photo: Bloomberg

US-China feud is accelerating the biggest shift in trade since the cold war, away from globalisation

  • Trend described as ‘deglobalisation’ and ‘balkanisation’ is leading to shorter supply chains as companies try to keep up with more sophisticated consumer demand
  • As firms rush to avoid Donald Trump’s tariffs and other geopolitical volatility, the trend is accelerating, leading to a complete shift in global trade
Topic |   US-China trade war

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South Korean car manufacturer Kia Motors has a factory in Pesqueria, Mexico. Photo: Bloomberg
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Finbarr Bermingham

Finbarr Bermingham

Finbarr Bermingham has been reporting on Asian trade since 2014. Prior to this, he covered global trade and economics in London. He joined the Post in 2018, before which he was Asia Editor at Global Trade Review and Trade Correspondent for the International Business Times.