1. Mexico replaces China as top trading partner with US  AZ Big Media
  2. US, China tariff war could trigger global recession in months:Morgan Stanley  P.M. News
  3. Explained: Why the US-China trade war might lead to a global recession  The Indian Express
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As the United States and China continue to increase tariffs on one another, China has been dethroned by Mexico as the U.S.’s No. 1 trading partner.As the United States and China continue to increase tariffs on one another, China has been dethroned by Mexico as the U.S.’s No. 1 trading partner.

Mexico replaces China as top trading partner with U.S. | AZ Big Media

Researchers at Morgan Stanley, a leading investment bank, have alerted that if US and China continue to heap increasing tariff and non-tariff barriers over the next four to six months, the global economic growth rate could fall to a seven-year low of 2.8 per cent, and worse still, the world economy could enter a recession within the next three quarters, that is nine months.Researchers at Morgan Stanley, a leading investment bank, have alerted that if US and China continue to heap increasing tariff and non-tariff barriers over the next four to six months, the global e…

US, China tariff war could trigger global recession in months:Morgan Stanley | P.M. News

Researchers at Morgan Stanley have alerted that if US and China continue to heap increasing tariff and non-tariff barriers over the next four to six months, the world economy could enter a recession within the next three quarters (that is, 9 months).Researchers at Morgan Stanley have alerted that if US and China continue to heap increasing tariff and non-tariff barriers over the next four to six months, the world economy could enter a recession within the next three quarters (that is, 9 months).

Explained: Why the US-China trade war might lead to a global recession | Explained News, The Indian Express

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The rivalry between the U.S. and China could be so disruptive that it's starting to decouple the global economy and eventually causing a recession, according to Nouriel Roubini.The rivalry between the U.S. and China could be so disruptive that it's starting to decouple the global economy and eventually causing a recession, according to Nouriel Roubini.

“Global economy inching towards recession: Morgan Stanley India, however, is not close to a recession, but is witnessing a crippling slowdown. https://t.co/zRycf5qEYk via @economictimes”

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“A global recession could hit in 9 months if tariffs keep climbing, says Morgan Stanley https://t.co/c7a88UZeCm”

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