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WTO slashes 2023 global trade forecast as recession looms


The World Trade Organization on Wednesday dramatically lowered its global trade forecast for 2023, as Russia's war in Ukraine and other shocks take their toll on the world economy. 'Today the global economy faces multi-prong crises. Monetary tightening is weighing on growth across much of the world,' WTO Director-General Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala told reporters in Geneva. SOUNDBITE

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