The Future of International Trade: Challenges and Solutions


  • Chi Feiya City University of Hong Kong Author


circular economies, global economy, trade landscape


As the world continues to evolve, the future of international trade faces a myriad of challenges that necessitate innovative solutions. This abstract provides an overview of the key issues shaping the landscape of global trade and explores potential strategies to address these challenges. The first challenge revolves around geopolitical tensions and the rise of protectionist measures. The escalating trade conflicts between major economies have the potential to disrupt established supply chains and hinder economic growth. This abstract examines the root causes of these tensions and proposes diplomatic, multilateral approaches to foster cooperation and prevent further escalation. The second challenge stems from technological advancements, particularly the increasing role of automation and artificial intelligence in manufacturing and services. While these technologies offer efficiency gains, they also pose threats to traditional job markets and exacerbate global inequality. This abstract delves into the need for comprehensive workforce reskilling programs and policies that promote inclusive economic development. Environmental sustainability emerges as a third challenge, with concerns about climate change and resource depletion shaping international trade dynamics. This abstract explores the intersection of trade and sustainability, emphasizing the importance of green practices, circular economies, and international cooperation to address environmental issues.




How to Cite

The Future of International Trade: Challenges and Solutions. (2023). International Journal of Business Management and Visuals, ISSN: 3006-2705, 6(1), 1-7.

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