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Q2 2020 Outlook: Through a COVID-19 lens, darkly

The outlook for global trade and supply chains is overshadowed by the continued spread of COVID-19 and the unprecedented disruptions it is causing. This report addresses six areas where COVID-19 could disrupt supply chains in the next three months. Corporations are struggling to determine the ... Read more →

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3Q 2019 Policy Outlook: Change is The Only Constant

The global trade policy landscape will continue to throw out risks for global supply chains throughout the rest of 2019. This report looks at 10 major events that could occur over the coming six months. The Trump administration will feature in five of the main events including: U.S.-China trad... Read more →

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G20 Wrap: Trump, Xi Wind The Clock Back to 2018, or Even 2017

President Donald Trump and President Xi Jinping agreed to restart negotiations towards a wide-ranging trade deal. The U.S. will be “holding on (applying further) tariffs” while China is “going to buy farm products” according to President Trump. In many regards that’s the same arrangement reach... Read more →

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G20 Watch: Indian Oil Could Lubricate Trump-Modi Talks

Indian Oil could replace 70% of its Iranian oil imports with those from Saudi Arabia and the U.S. with “more U.S. crude coming to the market in the second half of this year” according to company Chairman Sanjiv Singh. Indian Oil accounted for 25.3% of India’s oil imports in the 12 months to Ma... Read more →

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G20 Watch: Trump-Xi Meet The Last Chance for a Next Chance

A meeting between President Donald Trump and President Xi Jinping, likely to be held on Jun. 29 at the G20 Summit, could yield a ceasefire in the continuing round of widening tariffs and non-tariff measures between the two countries. There’s unlikely to be a tariff roll-back or a timetable for... Read more →

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G20 Watch: Weaker Exports Raise Pressure on Abe To Deliver Deals

Japan’s international trade activity fell 4.5% year over year in May, driven by a 7.8% slide in exports. While the latter can be blamed in part on the Imperial Coronation holiday it will nonetheless increase pressure on Prime Minister Abe to show action to shore up exports and economic growth ... Read more →

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