The 20th Century was about dozens of markets of millions of consumers. The 21st Century is about millions of markets of dozens of consumers - Joe Kraus, dotcom pioneer
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- Many regulations play a standard-setting role, claimed the World Economic Forum. Contrary to the simplistic view that regulation is inevitably bad for business, there are in fact important channels through which regulation can benefit an economy: one is a market-creating and market-growing role and regulation can also benefit an economy by enabling competition.
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- Economic growth, international trade and global expansion present complex challenges, argued Chatham House. On the one hand, the global system of open trade has brought substantial and widespread benefits to many. On the other hand, such growth has led to dislocation in certain industries and has introduced new risks and uncertainties into the lives of many people, such as the concentration of wealth and the degradation of the air, land and oceans.