Global Economics

Global Economics Update

13 June, 2018

Assessing the impact of an “all-out” trade war

Our best guess is that even if all the protectionist threats made to date were carried out, they would subtract a lot less than half a percent from global GDP. A free-for-all, in which all governments imposed high trade barriers, could cause a global recession, but we are confident that this will not happen.

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