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The fracturing of the global economy

The shocks caused by the pandemic, the war in Ukraine and US-China tensions will have a lasting impact on the world economy, reversing decades of global integration in some areas while strengthening ties in others. In this series of reports we map out the likely consequences for the world’s major economies and financial markets of a fracturing of the global economy.

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