Global Economics

Global Trade Monitor

25 January, 2018

World trade thriving after Trump’s first year

It will surely come as no surprise if President Donald Trump delivers another protectionist speech at Davos tomorrow. But his actions may continue to fall a long way short of his rhetoric. In any case, for now all the indicators suggest that world trade is, ironically, enjoying something of a renaissance.

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