Global Economics

Global Trade Monitor

28 January, 2019

Recent weakness a sign of things to come

After ending 2018 on a very weak note, world trade growth is likely to slow this year as the global economy loses momentum. A slowdown in world trade is highly likely regardless of whether the US and China are able to reach a deal before the end of the temporary truce on tariffs.

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