I.M.F. Warns of Anti-Trade Sentiment Amid Weak Global Growth
The International Monetary Fund has warned that sluggish economic growth throughout the world could bolster an anti-trade backlash that has become a feature of politics in both the United States and Europe.Â â€śWe have not done a great job in the advanced countries of paying attention to those who lose from trade,â€ť said Maurice Obstfeld, the fundâ€™s chief economist.
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