World Risk Developments April 2019

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World Risk Developments April 2019

In this month's edition of World Risk Developments we look at the following stories:

  • World—Growth slowdown continues amid trade tensions
  • China—Historically high corporate bond defaults underscores financial risks
  • WTO—New agreement provides opportunities for Australian businesses
  • UK—Brexit extension likely to breed further uncertainty
  • Thailand—Risks to policy uncertainty rise after election
  • Turkey—Electoral setback a test to Erdogan’s economic strategy


Fred Gibson, Acting Chief Economist

fgibson@efic.gov.au

Guilherme Bandeira, Economist
guilherme.bandeira@efic.gov.au

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