Posted Oct 17, 2018 |  by IMF, World Bank, WTO

Despite a recent rebound in trade, a prolonged slowdown in the pace of trade reform is leaving in place widespread trade distortions and putting at risk the durability of the global economic recovery. With important exceptions such as the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement, trade reform has lagged since the early 2000s.  This joint paper by... Read More

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