US President Donald Trump receives a letter presented to him by Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He in the Oval Office of the White House on October 11. Photo: AP
Dan Steinbock
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Dan Steinbock

As a financial crisis looms and refugee crises worsen, the world seems to have forgotten the lessons of 1945

  • Global growth is unlikely to recover soon, given not only the US-China trade war but also geopolitical tensions
  • Around the world, the number of forcibly displaced people has hit a record high

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US President Donald Trump receives a letter presented to him by Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He in the Oval Office of the White House on October 11. Photo: AP
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