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IMF warns US-China trade war will 'jeopardize' 2019 global growth

Energy Daily Friday, 24 May 2019
IMF warns US-China trade war will 'jeopardize' 2019 global growthWashington (AFP) May 23, 2019

The IMF sounded the alarm on Thursday about the escalating US-China trade war, warning it will "jeopardize" 2019 global growth, undermine confidence and raise prices for consumers. Gita Gopinath, the International Monetary Fund's chief economist, directly refuted President Donald Trump's claim that tariffs are paid by China and provide a windfall for the US treasury, and that his aggressive
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