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Coronavirus outbreak could cost global economy up to USD 2 trillion: UNCTAD

The coronavirus outbreak could cost the global economy up to USD 2 trillion this year, the UN’s trade and development agency said, warning that shock from the epidemic
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Coronavirus Outbreak Clouds 2020 View: Global Economy Week

The rapid spread of the coronavirus pandemic will loom large in the minds of economists in the coming days as the number of global cases soars
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Fears of global economic slowdown as virus follows trade war

A woman shopping in a street market in the Thai capital, Bangkok, aimed at attracting the lucrative Chinese tourist trade. Photograph: Gemunu Amarasinghe/AP With
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CEOs are more pessimistic about the global economy than they’ve been in 8 years

So much for entering the new decade with optimism. Chief executive officers the world over are showing a record-high level of pessimism about the
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India’s growth slowdown has hit global economy; IMF tells why world must sit up and take note

The Indian economy is seeing a slowdown for some months now on account of both global and domestic factors. The sharper than expected slowdown
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Half of world economy dependent on nature: WEF study

DAVOS: Flagging huge risks to the economy from dangers of biodiversity loss and climate change, a new WEF study on Sunday said businesses are more than dependent
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World economy haunted by risk just got a double shot in the arm

Explore what’s moving the global economy in the new season of the Stephanomics podcast. Subscribe via Apple Podcast, Spotify or Pocket Cast. Two of
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9 major trends reshaping the world economy

A) A CONNECTED WORLD IN FLUX: WORLD SHRINKING BUT OUTCOMES DIFFERENT FROM PREVIOUS YEARS 1. New Phase of Globalisation: Although goods are still traded in
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The $250 Trillion Burden Weighing On The Global Economy In 2020

Concerns about global debt emanating from the office of World Bank President David Malpass are drenched in pot-calling-the-kettle-black irony. Here’s a person who made
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Europe could rev up the world economy

As the world’s largest free-trade area, the European Union can reverse its sharply slowing economic growth in the first three quarters of this year to become