The Global Trade Disorder: A zero-sum game?

Mumbai, India
14 October 2019

The global trade disorder has raised questions about the impact of the US-China dispute on global growth prospects. But what does this mean for emerging markets like India? We had two prominent thinkers, Arvind Subramanian, visiting lecturer at Harvard University and former Chief Economic Adviser to the Government of India, and Max Baucus, former U.S. Ambassador to China (2014 – 2017) discuss the state of the global trade order, the U.S. - China relationship, and its implications and opportunities for India at the recent Standard Chartered Connectors event.

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Simon Cooper speaking at Standard Chartered Connectors Mumbai 2019
Max Baucus speaking at Standard Chartered Connectors Mumbai 2019
Arvind Subramanian speaking at Standard Chartered Connectors Mumbai 2019

SC Connectors Mumbai event highlights

At Standard Chartered Connectors Mumbai, we were privileged to have Arvind Subramanian, visiting lecturer at Harvard University and former Chief Economist to the Government of India and Max Baucus, former US Ambassador to China (2014 - 2017) discuss the state of the global trade disorder and its opportunities and implications for India.

SC Connectors Mumbai event highlights

At Standard Chartered Connectors Mumbai, we were privileged to have Arvind Subramanian, visiting lecturer at Harvard University and former Chief Economist to the Government of India and Max Baucus, former US Ambassador to China (2014 - 2017) discuss the state of the global trade disorder and its opportunities and implications for India.

Connecting With Arvind Subramanian

We connected with Arvind Subramanian, visiting lecturer at Harvard University and former Chief Economist to the Government of India at Standard Chartered Connectors Mumbai to hear his insights on the state of the global trade disorder, the US-China relationship and how countries like India can navigate this new world order.

Connecting With Arvind Subramanian

We connected with Arvind Subramanian, visiting lecturer at Harvard University and former Chief Economist to the Government of India at Standard Chartered Connectors Mumbai to hear his insights on the state of the global trade disorder, the US-China relationship and how countries like India can navigate this new world order.