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26 January 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 12:25 GMT+1



November 18, 2019

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The barometer of the WTO indicates a tendency to the worsening of the trend of the world-wide commerce

The last survey signals only an light improvement respect to August

The reading of the end of September of the indicator on the development of world-wide the commercial exchanges defined from the World Trade Organization indicates 96,6, value that it represents an light recorded improvement regarding 95,7 to August but that very beneath remains of the value base of 100 signaling an inferior increase to the average.

Introducing today the value of september of the Goods Trade Barometer, the WTO has specified that some members of the barometer have stabilized from the last reading of August, while others permangono on a trend to the decrease reflecting the increasing commercial tensions and the increase of the rates in key sectors. In particular, the WTO has marked that if about consolidation it can be spoken relatively under orders for export (97.5%), produced automotive (the 99,8) and for containerized marine shipments (100,8), an ulterior worsening has been evidenced for international aerial transport (93,0), for electronic members (88,2) and for raw materials (91,4), with the commerce of electronic members that has marked the greater weakening probably because of the recent tariff increases that have interested the field.

The World Trade Organization has remembered that last September own economists have condescended to +1.2% the expectations of increase of world-wide the commercial exchanges for 2019 regarding previewed +2.6% in April.

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