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World Trade and world markets

John Redwood, Charles Stanley’s Chief Global Strategist, asks whether it is reasonable to expect world trade to make further progress.

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John Redwood

10.10.2017

Since the banking crash in the US and Europe, world trade growth has been slower. There has also been some slowing of the pace of trade liberalisation, as the world achieved the easy wins pre-2007 through the World Trade Organisation processes by bringing down tariffs and other barriers to trade in physical goods.

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