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Economies that largely depend on production of commodities will face pressures as slowdown reduces demand.Economies that largely depend on production of commodities will face pressures as slowdown reduces demand.

Virus could cost world $2tr, fears UN - Newspaper - DAWN.COM

UN economists said the coronavirus outbreak, which has already infected more than 110,000 and killed more than 3,800 people worldwide, is expected to push global economic growth well below 2.5 percent.UN economists said the coronavirus outbreak, which has already infected more than 110,000 and killed more than 3,800 people worldwide, is expected to push global economic growth well below 2.5 percent.

Coronavirus Crisis Could Cost the World $2 Trillion, Some Nations May be Pushed Into Recession: UN - News18

UN economists warned Monday that the raging outbreak of the deadly new coronavirus could cost the global economy between $1.0 and $2.0 trillion this year and called on governments to ramp up spending to mitigate its impact.UN economists warned Monday that the raging outbreak of the deadly new coronavirus could cost the global economy between $1.0 and $2.0 trillion this year and called on governments to ramp up spending to mitigate its impact.

United Nations: Coronavirus Crisis Could Cost World Up To $2 Trillion

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“NEWS: The WH is expected hold a meeting Wednesday to address President Trump's trade agenda, which has come under pressure from the global economic impact of coronavirus. Among the topics: Ag purchases & export controls of US goods and tech to China. https://t.co/dPLpr7Ja3t”

Vivian Salama on Twitter: "NEWS: The WH is expected hold a meeting Wednesday to address President Trump's trade agenda, which has come under pressure from the global economic impact of coronavirus. Among the topics: Ag purchases & export controls of US goods and tech to China. https://t.co/dPLpr7Ja3t"

“"The Trump economic team is choosing to discount the all too likely possibility that the coronavirus epidemic will cause the global equity price bubble to burst and will cause serious strains in the global financial system." https://t.co/Fi4snTM1QT”

James Pethokoukis on Twitter: ""The Trump economic team is choosing to discount the all too likely possibility that the coronavirus epidemic will cause the global equity price bubble to burst and will cause serious strains in the global financial system." https://t.co/Fi4snTM1QT"

Apart from the tragic human consequences of the COVID-19 coronavirus epidemic, the economic uncertainty it has sparked will likely cost the global economy $1 trillion in 2020, the UN’s trade and development agency, UNCTAD, said on Monday.Apart from the tragic human consequences of the COVID-19 coronavirus epidemic, the economic uncertainty it has sparked will likely cost the global economy $1 trillion in 2020, the UN’s trade and

Coronavirus update: COVID-19 likely to cost economy $1 trillion during 2020, says UN trade agency | UN News

UN economists warned Monday that the raging outbreak of the deadly new coronavirus could cost the global economy between $1.0 and $2.0 trillion this year and called on governments to ramp up spending to mitigate its impact. A report from the UN Conference on Trade, Investment and Development (UNCTAD) concluded that the COVID-19 epidemic will push some countries into recessionUN economists warned Monday that the raging outbreak of the deadly new coronavirus could cost the global economy between $1.0 and $2.0 trillion this year and called on governments to ramp up spending

Coronavirus crisis can cost world up to $2 trillion: United Nations | Deccan Herald

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The coronavirus outbreak could cost the global economy up to $2 trillion this year, the UNCTAsaid, warning that shock from the epidemic will cause a recession in some countries and depress global annual growth to below 2.5 percentThe coronavirus outbreak could cost the global economy up to $2 trillion this year, the UNCTAsaid, warning that shock from the epidemic will cause a recession in some countries and depress global annual growth to below 2.5 percent

Coronavirus outbreak could cost global economy up to $2 trillion, cause recession in some countries, says UNCTAD - Firstpost

The UN agency said that apart from the tragic human consequences of the COVID-19 epidemic, the economic uncertainty it has sparked will likely cost the global economy USD 1 trillion in 2020.The UN agency said that apart from the tragic human consequences of the COVID-19 epidemic, the economic uncertainty it has sparked will likely cost the global economy USD 1 trillion in 2020.

Coronavirus outbreak could cost global economy up to USD 2 trillion: UNCTAD - world news - Hindustan Times

Loss of consumer and investor confidence, a slowdown of global demand, swelling debt, and widespread market anxiety are just some of the issues clouding the global economic horizonLoss of consumer and investor confidence, a slowdown of global demand, swelling debt, and widespread market anxiety are just some of the issues clouding the global economic horizon

Coronavirus crisis could cost world up to $2 trillion – U.N.

The UN agency said that apart from the tragic human consequences of the COVID-19 epidemic, the economic uncertainty it has sparked will likely cost the global economy USD 1 trillion in 2020The UN agency said that apart from the tragic human consequences of the COVID-19 epidemic, the economic uncertainty it has sparked will likely cost the global economy $1 trillion in 2020

Coronavirus outbreak: World economy could lose $2 trillion this year, says UN's trade body

UNCTAD says the virus "will cause a recession in some countries and depress global annual growth this year to below 2.5%".UNCTAD says the virus "will cause a recession in some countries and depress global annual growth this year to below 2.5%".

Coronavirus markets 'shock' may cost $1trn and spark global recession, UN economists warn | Business News | Sky News

International Business News: UN economists warned on Monday that the outbreak of the new coronavirus could cost the global economy between $1.0 and $2.0 trillion this year and calInternational Business News: UN economists warned on Monday that the outbreak of the new coronavirus could cost the global economy between $1.0 and $2.0 trillion this year and cal

Coronavirus crisis could cost world up to $2 trillion: UN - Times of India

The UN agency said that apart from the tragic human consequences of the COVID-19 epidemic, the economic uncertainty it has sparked will likely cost the global economy $1 trillion in 2020. The UN agency said that apart from the tragic human consequences of the COVID-19 epidemic, the economic uncertainty it has sparked will likely cost the global economy $1 trillion in 2020.

Coronavirus outbreak could cost global economy up to $2 trillion: UNCTAD - Moneycontrol.com