Slowdown in emerging market trade: a supply-chain perspective

Trade has been a primary growth engine for emerging economies for a long time, but momentum on that front has slowed. We believe maturation of global manufacturing value chains is a main reason. Multinationals and global insurers need to adapt to this structural shift. The rise of services trade and digitisation, meanwhile, provides opportunity for insurers to cover new risks.

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