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What Is the New Globalization?

We’re in a radically different phase of globalization. Yes, nationalism and protectionism are pulling things apart, but digital technologies are bringing things—people, devices, processes—together. Businesses basing their global strategy on the old model of globalization risk missing big opportunities.

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How Global Companies Can Transform to Optimize for Growth

To meet the changes brought forth by economic nationalism and digital technologies, global companies must rethink the solutions they sell—and how they sell these solutions to local markets.

Finding a New Normal for Global Trade

BCG’s Dustin Burke discusses which companies are most exposed to the changing landscape of global trade, and how they can follow a three-step process to prepare for NAFTA renegotiations.

Gearing Up for the New Era of China’s Outbound M&A

With the right strategies in place, Chinese businesses can overcome their current obstacles in outbound M&A and be primed to take advantage of the opportunity for growth with overseas industry.

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Transformation of Emerging Markets

Some multinational corporations may be wary of doing business in emerging markets due to challenging conditions there—but these markets are precisely where growth opportunities are strongest.

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A Street-Smart Sales Approach for Emerging Markets

Companies can boost revenues by breaking mass markets into smaller segments and tailoring their strategies accordingly. Here are five points to consider.

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Finding Success in Africa

Prospects are promising long-term success for companies investing and expanding in Africa. The key to success is to understand your strengths and weaknesses as a multinational corporation, while at the same time having a clear understanding of the local competition.

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Take a Look Inside: Interior City Growth Opportunities

Major metropolitan areas are critical markets in any country, but interior cities also offer opportunities for growth, especially in emerging markets.

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