This report examines different aspects of the nature and role of international trade in the era of hyperglobalization and considers related policy challenges that will need to be addressed if trade is to contribute to a more stable and inclusive global economic order. It provides authoritative data and analysis on trade, investment, finance and technology. Beyond tailored analysis and policy recommendations, such research also generates global standards that govern responsible sovereign lending and borrowing, investment, entrepreneurship, competition and consumer protection and trade rules. Chapter 1. Trends and challenges in the global economy -- Chapter 2. Issues at stake -- Chapter 3. A road map for global growth and sustainable development -- Chapter 4. Making debt work for development -- Chapter 5. Making private capital work for development -- Chapter 6. Making banks work better for development.