More than half of the world’s population lives in cities and they are still in a race to find their next home.
But as the United Nations has warned, the trend will only continue if the world is not more united.
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It’s also a place where governments can’t afford to lose business to the rest of the country.
For example, last week, a report from the International Trade Centre, a think-tank, showed that, as of March, almost two-thirds of countries did not have a customs union with the EU.
This is despite the fact that trade between EU and non-EU countries had increased by more than 60 per cent since 2008.
What’s behind the disconnect?
A lot of the blame is on how trade is organised, said the report’s author, John Smeeth, the director of the Centre for International Economic Research.
“The global system of internationalisation is based on the premise that trade is based in international trade,” he said.
A key feature of the international trade system is that the rules for who can trade with who in the same place can be agreed on between countries and even countries can join other countries, he added.
But as the report showed, the system also has unintended consequences.
For example, if countries can’t agree on rules for how much goods can be exported from one place to another, this means there is a mismatch in the rules.
This means a trade surplus in one place, which is a potential source of growth, but could also lead to a trade deficit in the other place.
The report also found that many countries have no effective mechanism for enforcing their trade rules.
That’s because the rules themselves are often not enforced.
Instead, the report argued that it is the lack of enforcement that is most likely to drive trade deficits.
While the rules and regulations governing international trade are in many cases not written in stone, the rules of trade itself are.
This means that the international system, which has been set up to be a global system, can be a bit like a “magic carpet” that has been woven over countries.
It’s easy to get caught up in the idea of global trade, but there’s a deeper problem here, Smeuth said.
“The way that global trade works is, there are rules, and the rules are written in the language of international commerce.
The rules are then applied to different parts of the economy,” he explained.”
But what happens in the real world is that there is often a mismatch between what is being applied to the different sectors and the actual rules.
It is really important that the countries that have strong national laws understand what are the rules they need to enforce, but what the international systems need to do is to put rules in place so that the global system works.”
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