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The best in PwC Blogs: Find the ‘newest new’ insights in Trade, Tech, and Trust

Through blogs we’re sharing our ideas as fast as events unfold on the policy side, in technology, and in societal matters. Here are insights from PwC leaders who do deal strategy, survey the tech shows, and take the temperature of blockchain.

With suggestions that border walls and new nationalism are quieting trade, why are cross-border M&A deals still surging? We explain the underlying reasons behind this in M&A is the New Trade, second in the New Deal Frontier series.

A stroll through a whizz-bang tech show leads to revelations about just how smart US regulatory policy will have to be to keep up with our technology innovations.

Financial institutions can learn from automakers that getting ahead of a robot is a better place to be. And the cost savings couldn’t come at a better time for the industry.

Every technology innovation faces the trust hurdle: At one point, people thought ATMs wouldn’t count bills correctly or electricity would burn down a house. Blockchain is about to pass that hurdle. Get ready for the mainstream.

Institutional investors have struggled to find common language for describing a company’s environmental, social and governance status. We lay out new solutions, and how these systems coming online can improve investors’ trust.

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