World Trade Flows Suggest Strong Economic Growth This Year

World Trade Flows Suggest Strong Economic Growth This Year

World trade flows grew in the first quarter of 2017 as global imports and exports rose by 1.5%, possibly foreshadowing a year of stronger economic growth. World trade grew at its slowest pace since the recession in 2016, but 2017 looks poised to rebound. Economists have been worried that weaknesses in economies have contributed to sluggish world trade growth. There is also concern about how potential new trade policies of the United States could impact international trade.

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