Emerging markets influence on global trade trends: IMF report


Shifts in the global trade landscape over the past few decades have resulted in increased interconnectedness and strengthened trade spillover channels, an International Monetary Fund (IMF) report, published on Monday, says.

The report, prepared by the strategy, policy and review department at the IMF, outlines several factors driving change in the composition and flow of trade in emerging markets and analyse their implications for the outlook for global trade patterns. The authors note that over

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