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Global value chains play a key role in the global economy, creating jobs, sharing prosperity, fostering innovation and attracting investment but are being increasingly challenged by the rise in protectionism, climate change and digitisation. This inaugural ICC event looked at the issues and provided a set of policy recommendations for how global value chains can evolve and adapt to meet the challenges.
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In the short term recovering from Covid-19 is the priority but longer term,the broader challenges are climate change, re-building trust and ensuring the benefits of trade are better distributed so no-one gets left behind. Building back better towards a greener, more inclusive and sustainable global economy is not about carrying on doing business as we always have but instead taking greater account of wider environmental, economic and social impacts. This will require bold leadership and more inclusive approaches to deliver outcomes across the whole value chain.
The UN Sustainable Development Goals offer a framework to build back better underpinned by legal reform, digitisation, tax incentives, green finance and collective action.
The following takeaways provide practical solutions and examples for decision makers in business, governments and institutions.
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