In his speech, Mark Carney looks at the outlook for the world economy. He says stable growth is more likely than recession but highlights some risks to the outlook, including growing debt in China and a reduction in openness to trade. He suggests Brexit could be the ‘acid test’ of whether the world can combine the benefits of economic openness with greater democratic accountability.
Published on 12 February 2019
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