Podcast #13: Nathan Smith on the shifting sands of globalisation

Nathan Smith
12 June, 2020

In just a few months, Covid-19 travelled from China to more than 200 other countries, has now killed more than 330,000 people, forced organisations and individuals to embrace new practices such as remote working and plenty of tech shifts.

The term “frequent flyer” will now be an anachronism and many think the pandemic spelled the death of market economies and globalisation. Even Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters said the pitfalls of globalism have been “laid out dramatically before us.”

Chief Editor Nathan Smith joined the Adviser Talk podcast to discuss those pitfalls of globalization.


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