World trade was broadly unchanged at a high level in June, and timelier data suggest that the continued easing of supply constraints in China helped lift exports in Asia in July. But forward-looking indicators suggest that global demand for goods exports has weakened considerably. Weaker demand has already freed up shipping capacity and reduced shipping costs, pointing to an easing in global inflationary pressures for goods.
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