Global Trade: What's cooking? Introducing twelve countries' recipes for boosting exports

Globally, the economy is in 'tradegnation' - an unfortunate state which combines weak trade growth and anemic price pressures.

This has been brought about as a knock-on-effect from the stagnation in economic growth seen since the Great Recession. This matters greatly for corporate revenues, but also as an indicator of the remaining excess capacity that exists globally. 2015 and 2016 should bring better news, with some countries and companies continuing to benefit from global trade while others looking increasingly isolated. Who will win and

who will lose? How will trade routes evolve? What lies ahead in terms of risks and opportunities?