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BANGKOK: The rise of trade barriers against China and other countries over the past year is expected to cost the global economy US$1.4 trillion (RM6.4 trillion), on top of the severe damage being done by the war in Ukraine, the head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) says.
”What I am hoping to see is some reversals in policy blocks towards China and globally,” Kristalina Georgieva told Bloomberg Television’s Stephen Engle in an interview in Bangkok on Saturday.
“The world is going to lose 1.5% of gross domestic product (GDP) just because of division that may split us into two trading blocs.
“This is US$1.4 trillion (RM6.4 trillion).”
For Asia, the potential loss could be twice as bad, or more than 3% of GDP, because the region is more integrated into the global value chain, Georgieva said on the sidelines of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation’s economic leaders gathering this week.
While that would constitute significant damage to the global economy, the biggest factor hurting global growth remains the war in Ukraine, Georgieva said.
“The single most damaging factor for the world economy is the war,” she said. “The sooner the war ends, the better.”,
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The IMF has also cautioned that inflation is hitting developing countries hardest, urging central bankers to keep up their fight to damp price growth and bring some relief, especially in food costs.
Dollar appreciation in double-digits so far this year is continuing to cause headaches across emerging markets as investors flock to safe havens amid signs that much of the global economy could be headed toward recession.
Georgieva said that Asian countries must work together to overcome fragmentation in order to sustain growth, especially in the light of the multitude of other economic shocks from Covid-19, the war in Ukraine and the rising cost of living.
“If we add on top of it the fragmentation in the world’s economy, it will be throwing gasoline on a fire,” she said. “Nobody will benefit from it.”
Still, she said nations in Asia are much better equipped to face economic shocks thanks to significant reserves and cooperation within the region.
On the rising risk of sovereign debt in developing countries, Georgieva said the IMF is “not yet alarmed but alert.”
About 25% of emerging markets trade in distressed territory, while 60% of low-income countries are at or near debt distress. She encouraged nations strained by the rising cost of servicing dollar-denominated debt and the global economic environment to act preemptively and seek help early from the fund.
Bangladesh was the latest economy to reach a staff-level agreement with the IMF amid dwindling foreign reserves, securing a US$4.5bil (RM20.5bil) loan earlier this month that’s subject to IMF management and board approval in the coming weeks.,