The Limits to Globalization: The Business Challenge

International economic integration continues to gather pace - but how much further might it go? Cross-border outsourcing now extends to services as well as to manufacturing, and services account for most of the US economy. What are the limits to globalization? Does the next wave of globalization call for new kinds of response from America's business leaders? Benjamin W. Heineman, Jr., C.K. Prahalad and Chuck Prince discuss with moderator Beth A. Brooke

Festival: 2008

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