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​Economic protectionism

The trade surplus in favour of China would be directly hit by a protectionist escalation between the two largest economies in the world.

​New protectionism?

For a long time, tariffs were the most common protectionism instrument.

Will recession and financial crisis return to the world economy?

The most influential factors in the new situation are, among others, the forced landing of China's economy, the depletion of US growth, which grew only 0.2% in the last quarter of 2015.

The next recession

In the past decade, the world has seen an unprecedented flow of capital into emerging market debt and infrastructure projects incentivised by the abnormal increase in money supply and low rates in the US.

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