Stimulate global economic recovery

The time has come to rethink our conception of international trade, because the services sector is set to spark a new wave of globalization.

The value of global trade in services increased at twice the pace of traditional merchandise over the past decade. Now, with rapid advancements in technology and business models being revamped for a post-pandemic world, international trade in services is poised to skyrocket.

Download a new Oxford Economics study for expert insights on current and future drivers for the international services sector:


Find out how international trade in services has the potential to reach $8.0 trillion by 2025.
Learn how to navigate growth hurdles and the importance of liberalizing trade policies.
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Watch now! Industry experts discuss this report and how the findings are impacting projections for economic recovery. Moderated by Joshua Zumbrun of the Wall Street Journal, this previously recorded LinkedIn Live event features Curtis Dubay, Senior Economist from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and David Renta, Global Head of Hedging & Head of US Corporates for Western Union Business Solutions. View their expert analysis and download the report to apply the data and strategies to your business today.

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