World trade has fallen in recent months on the back of slowing global growth. COVID-related weakness in Chinese activity in Q4 weighed notably on China’s exports, and while its seemingly rapid recovery has somewhat improved the global picture, weak demand elsewhere will keep trade subdued for some time.
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