1945

International trade, finance and transport

The deceleration of international trade expansion which began in 1989 continued through 1992. Among the main contributing factors were the recession in North America and the United Kingdom, weakening investment trends in Japan, economic slow-down in Western Europe and the sharp output contractions in Central and Eastern Europe and the former USSR.

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