World Economy Archive

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How to make the global economy work for all

CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS – Since the end of World War II, a broad consensus in support of global economic integration as a force for peace and
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How Blockchain Can Protect the Global Economy

For many investors and analysts, the 2008 financial crisis is a powerful demonstration of what happens when the financial world puts too much trust in centralized
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Ways to make the world economy work for all

Since the end of the Second World War, a broad consensus in support of global economic integration as a force for peace and prosperity
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IMF warns on trade wars; China’s economic growth slows – as it happened

And finally, London’s stock market closed lower tonight amid. The FTSE 100 lost 61 points to end at 7,600, a fall of 0.8%. Miners
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IMF warns Trump trade war could cost global economy $430bn

Rising trade tensions between the United States and the rest of the world could cost the global economy $430bn (£324bn), with America “especially vulnerable”
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United States wrecking the global economy, China warns

China has warned that the United States threatens to wreck the global economy after Washington escalated the trade war on Tuesday night. Proposed tariffs
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US: Auto tariffs would have destructive impact on world economy – Nomura

Takahide Kiuchi, Executive Economist at Nomura, notes that the focus of US trade policy has now shifted to additional tariffs on US automobile-related imports.
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What is fulfillment services ?

Whether you sell your own branded products and services or re-sell used goods online, you have probably reached a point in your business where
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Auto tariff would damage US, world economy: Japan

Japan’s government has warned in a report that a higher US tariff on auto imports could backfire, jeopardising hundreds and thousands of American jobs
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Infographic: China’s contribution to the world economy since its accession to the WTO

China steadfastly pursues a mutually beneficial opening-up strategy, upholds the WTO’s principle of free trade, and has lived up to its responsibilities as a