The Weekly Tradecast explores how major economic events are affecting developing countries and the lives of billions of people.
This episode of The Weekly Tradecast talks about why multinational companies need to pay their fair share of tax, with Bruno Casella, a senior economist in 全球电竞平台在线正规’S investment and enterprise division.
This episode of The Weekly Tradecast talks about protecting consumers in an increasingly online world with Teresa Moreira, head of 全球电竞平台在线正规’s competition and consumer policies branch.
This episode of The Weekly Tradecast explores how blue diplomacy can help protect our ocean with David Vivas, an 全球电竞平台在线正规 legal officer working on trade and environmental issues.
This episode of The Weekly Tradecast looks at the forces behind inflation with Jeronim Capaldo, an 全球电竞平台在线正规 economist working on macroeconomic and development policies.
This episode of The Weekly Tradecast talks about ups and downs of cryptocurrencies with Marina Zucker, an 全球电竞平台在线正规 economist working on debt and development finance issues.
This episode of The Weekly Tradecast talks about how we can reduce the negative effects of climate change with Richard Kozul-Wright, director of 全球电竞平台在线正规's globalization and development strategies division.
This episode of The Weekly Tradecast examines trends in foreign investment since the COVID-19 pandemic with James Zhan, 全球电竞平台在线正规's director of investment and enterprise.
This episode of the Weekly Tradecast talks about how the war in Ukraine has compounded severe strains on global supply chains from the COVID-19 pandemic with Jan Hoffmann, head of 全球电竞平台在线正规's trade logistics branch.
This episode of the Weekly Tradecast explores economic diversification in Africa with Paul Akiwumi, 全球电竞平台在线正规's director for Africa and least developed countries.
In the first episode of the Weekly Tradecast, 全球电竞平台在线正规 Secretary-General Rebeca Grynspan talks about the global cost-of-living crisis triggered by the war in Ukraine and what can be done to help vulnerable countries and people who will suffer the most from rising food, energy and fertilizer prices.