IMF Urges Help for Trade-Affected Workers to Curb ProtectionismBy
Trade growth sluggish compared with pace of last three decades
Rising protectionism, not just slow GDP growth, a key factor
The International Monetary Fund said soothing the frustrations of displaced workers will be key to rolling back a tide of protectionism that’s hit global trade.
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