Economic Czars Warn G-20 of Risk From Populist Backlash on Trade

  • IMF, WTO, OECD leaders in Hangzhou speak on free-trade concern
  • BRICS leaders expressed worries about increasing protectionism

G-20 Remains a Vital Forum for Debate, Says Komileva

Global economic leaders stepped up warnings that the populist mood sweeping many developed nations is a threat to trade and growth, calling from the sidelines of the Group of 20 summit for governments and businesses to fight to keep goods flowing across borders.

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