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Speaker Jumana Saleheen

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The US and China have failed to reach a trade deal, which has led to tariffs rising on both sides. 

How will these latest events alter our view of the global economy this year and next?


  • How does the latest trade war news affect our outlook for China, the US and the global economy
  • What policy offsets are at hand
  • Risks to the outlook from further escalation

The webinar is presented by Jumana Saleheen with contributions from Lisa Morrison. CRU's Economics team is dedicated to upholding consistency across our services.

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Trade War Escalation – Implications for the Global Economic Outlook

This webinar was recorded on 30th May 2019

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