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Global trade to see weakest growth since Great Recession: WTO
Global trade is forecast to weaken this year to the slowest pace since the depths of the Great Recession due to the US-China trade war.
Norway embraces weak krone
The prime minister of Norway has signaled that her government is happy having a weak currency, which she says is supporting the country’s export industry.
ECB: Global trade likely to remain weak in coming quarters
Global trade is likely to pick up only gradually in coming quarters and will remain weaker than overall economic activity, the European Central Bank said on Monday in an economic bulletin.
Weak pound boosting UK tourism industry
The number of tourists visiting the UK from China has risen by almost a fifth this summer, the latest figures show.
S. Korea's economy slowing on weak investment and exports
The South Korean economy is facing a slowdown on weakening investment and declining exports, a state-run think tank said Sunday.
Bank of England's Ramsden sees weak growth in mid-2019
Britain’s economy is likely to see slow growth through the middle of this year before picking up towards the end of 2019, Bank of England (BoE) Deputy Governor Dave Ramsden said in an interview published on Saturday.
Korean won to face further difficulties due to trade dispute, weak economic performance
The South Korean won, one of the world's worst-performing currencies over the past month, may further lose ground down the road, possibly flirting with the 1,200-won threshold, given a slew of factors pointing in that direction, although its current downward momentum may ease in the near term, analysts said on Tuesday.
Malaysia's Q1 GDP growth seen cooling on weak demand, exports
Malaysia’s economic growth pace likely slowed in the first quarter, due to tepid consumption and softer global demand as a result of the US-China trade war, a Reuters poll showed
Reuters poll: Japan's economy likely shrank in Q1 on weak domestic demand, exports
Japan’s economy likely contracted slightly in the first quarter as corporate and consumer spending weakened, a Reuters poll showed on Friday.
Lackluster German industrial orders point to weak growth
German industrial orders rose less than expected in March after two months of steep declines, data showed on Tuesday, bringing little relief for Europe’s largest economy which is facing a sharp slowdown in growth.
Japan exports hit by weak China demand, raising risk of economic contraction
Japan’s exports fell for a fourth straight month in March as China-bound shipments slumped again, reinforcing growing anxiety that weak external demand may have knocked the economy into contraction in the first quarter.
Weak trade data casts doubt on Germany's economic strength
German exports and imports both fell more than expected in February, data showed on Monday, in the latest sign that Europe’s largest economy is likely to post meager growth in the first quarter amid increased headwinds from abroad.
S. Korean carmakers' sales fall 1.1% on weak overseas demand
Vehicle sales of South Korea's five carmakers declined 1.1 percent last month from a year earlier on weak overseas demand, corporate data showed on Monday.
China's industrial profits shrink again in December on weak prices, demand
Earnings at China’s industrial firms shrank for a second straight month in December, putting pressure on policymakers to support industries hurt by slowing prices and weak factory activity amid a protracted US-Sino trade war.
Weak German imports widen trade surplus in November
German imports fell unexpectedly in November, outstripping a drop in exports and widening the trade surplus, data showed on Wednesday, in a further sign that Europe’s largest economy is likely to post meager growth in the fourth quarter of 2018.

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