DAVOS, SWITZERLAND — Reducing supply chain barriers to trade, such as border administration and transportation and communications infrastructure, could sharply boost global production and trade, a report by the World Economic Forum said.
Lowering such impediments to global commerce would also help lower costs to companies, including in the textiles and apparel sector, and ultimately lower consumer prices, said the study, released here Wednesday at the WEF annual summit.
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