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Global Trade Monitor

25 June, 2018

World trade makes a partial recovery as tensions build

The rebound in world trade volumes in April offers some reassurance that global trade has not collapsed. And while recent survey and “hard” data are giving some mixed signals about the near-term outlook, on balance they suggest that the world economy is not on the cusp of a marked slowdown.

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