There is growing evidence that weakening demand in major economies is taking a toll on world trade. While trade volumes rose in August, early reporting Asian economies revealed a decline in imports in September, exports orders have fallen sharply across the board and shipping costs have dropped. As the world heads into recession, we suspect that trade will start to fall outright early next year.
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