World Economy Archive

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The future of the global economy hinges on four games of chicken

Shipping containers from China and other Asian countries at the Port of Los Angeles. Photograph: Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images In the classic game of chicken,
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Here are 4 charts that show China’s rise as a global economic superpower

On Oct. 1, China will celebrate its 70-year transformation into an economic superpower — just in time for widespread fears that a trade war with the United
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Global economy seen sliding towards weakest growth in a decade: OECD

Intensifying trade conflicts have sent global growth momentum tumbling toward lows last seen during the financial crisis, and governments are not doing enough to
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Oil shock hits a global economy that’s already on shaky ground

New York Washington and Beijing are locked in a bitter trade war involving tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars worth of goods. Consumer and business
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US, China tariffs could lower global economic output by 0.8% in 2020: IMF

Tariffs imposed or threatened by the United States and China could shave 0.8% off global economic output in 2020 and trigger more losses in
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5 trillion dollar economy of India: A green perspective

Recently, Prime Minister Narendra Modi aimed for a 5 trillion dollar economy by 2024. To attain this target, our GDP needs to grow steadily
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Global Economy Forecast: Not As Bad For The U.S. As Headlines Imply

The global economy is growing moderately, but that’s a great deal better than news headlines imply. World GDP is likely to expand by 2.8
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Trade-war damage piles weight of global economy on consumers

By Fergal O’Brien, Michelle Jamrisko and Reade Pickert There’s a lot of weight on the shoulders of shoppers around the world, and the strain
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Illuminating Dark Corners of the Global Economy

This issue of Finance & Development reminds me of a Sufi parable. A woman sees a mystic searching for something outside his door. “What have you lost?”
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Global Economy: Factories fettered by trade wars, faltering demand in August

LONDON/TOKYO (Reuters) – The bitter trade war between China and the United States kept global factory activity largely in decline in August, business surveys