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This webinar recording summarizes the Panjiva Global Trade Outlook in 2017. It identifies: what to expect from the U.S., China and Europe in trade policies in 2017; the prospects for the shipping industry; and which industries have the most to win, and lose from trade.
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Without mincing words, Panjiva opened its Global Trade Outlook 2017 report with a clear statement: “2016 was a bad year for trade.” According to the intelligence platform for global trade professionals, the pressing concern now is: “What if 2017 is worse?”More press articles