Apfelthaler: Will COVID-19 end globalization?
By Gerhard Apfelthaler It is the year 1000. Traders are crossing oceans to Arabia, East Africa, India and China. The Vikings are sailing to Canada, and the Maya are exploring lands as far as Colombia and today’s Mississippi River Valley. This is when globalization began, asserts author Valerie Hansen in a book published this year. Read More →
McChrystal talks technology, globalization at Westmont
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Globalization vs. isolation for American business
By Gil Cisneros The Chamber of the Americas participants have been in an ongoing conversation about the future of international trade and business, especially as it relates to the Western Hemisphere, an area that has been largely neglected as our country attempts to reestablish its economic footing after the Great Recession and engages in a Read More →
Rethinking corporate taxes to put the U.S. economy on a faster track
The U.S. now has consistently higher tax rates than many other countries, and delays in getting a fix are costing jobs and money.
Globalization trickles down to small firms
When it comes to tourism, the Internet is a big driver, and California is a favorite for Asian travelers.