As a portfolio manager, I invest in many large, multinational companies. The most common question I get these days is whether I am worried about the impact of de-globalisation. The risks are clear: rising US-China tensions, the war in Ukraine, increasing trade barriers, broken supply chains, a painful bear market and a slowing global economy.
Given the turbulence, aren’t multinational companies the most vulnerable of all?
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