IMF says U.S-China tensions could cost the world about 2% of its output


WASHINGTON D.C., UNITED STATES – DECEMBER 26: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) building is seen in Washington D.C., United States on December 26, 2022. (Photo by Celal Gunes/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

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The International Monetary Fund said in a Wednesday report that global tensions could disrupt overseas investment and eventually lead to a long-term loss of 2% of the world’s gross domestic product.

Companies and policymakers across the globe are exploring ways to make their supply chains more resilient by “moving production home or to trusted countries,” the IMF warned in its report, adding that this will lead to fragmenting foreign…


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