Economy | Risks of a new economic non-order as nations turn inward

Risks of a new economic non-order as nations turn inward

The upcoming IMF and World Bank annual meetings offer an opportunity to start seriously discussing how to arrest the lose-lose dynamics that have been gaining traction in the global economy

September 24, 2017 2:51 PM (UTC+8)
Pre-millennial declension: the year is 1999 and US President Bill Clinton (lower left) carries the conversation as Austrian Chancellor Viktor Klima (upper left), 
World Bank President James Wolfensohn (centre), Black Sea Economic Cooperaton Sec. General Vassil Ivanov Baytchev (right), and British Prime Minister Tony Blair (far right) listen, at an event in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina. Photo: AFP / Paul J. Richards
Pre-millennial declension: the year is 1999 and US President Bill Clinton (lower left) carries the conversation as Austrian Chancellor Viktor Klima (upper left), World Bank President James Wolfensohn (centre), Black Sea Economic Cooperaton Sec. General Vassil Ivanov Baytchev (right), and British Prime Minister Tony Blair (far right) listen, at an event in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina. Photo: AFP / Paul J. Richards
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