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TECHNOLOGY & INNOVATION
Choice, Convenience And Speed Are Table Stakes In Today’s Payments Landscape
Shahmir Khaliq, global head of Treasury and Trade Solutions for Citi, says that in order to succeed in today's quickly digitizing payments landscape, merchants must focus on delivering in three key areas: choice, convenience, and speed. Find out why in The Connected Economy’s Power Source – CEO Edition.
Get Ready to Run YOUR River
For the ninth year in a row, Citi will be supporting Run the River. Previously this annual fundraising event took place on a single evening around the River Thames in London. Due to the effects of COVID-19, this won’t be possible again. But for our 2nd year, we are taking the run global. It doesn’t matter where you run – it just matters that you run.
CITI GLOBAL INSIGHTS
The Changing Semiconductor Landscape
Recent nationalization trends and the global pandemic have prompted governments to focus on expanding their investment in semiconductor manufacturing to secure supply chains and protect national security. In her recent report, Citi’s Semiconductor analyst, Amanda Scarnati, discusses this topic and the resultant push for more domestic semiconductor capacity. We summarize the key takeaways, particularly as relates to the United States.
TECHNOLOGY & INNOVATION
CITI GLOBAL INSIGHTS
RISK & RESILIENCE
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