After 2018 and 2019, complicated by the United States' trade war with China, Britain's separation from the European Union and the fall in the United States' growth rate as the stock market index rises, 2020 broke all expectations.
The pandemic brought growth, employment and health problems to the economies. Raw material prices and international trade recovered rapidly. The financial boom and the fiscal problems of governments are remarkable.
We reiterate what we wrote a year ago, the general trend of the world economy is expected to continue its slow pace in most economies, with the clear contrast of the Asian economies that will continue to grow. This dynamic will change the economic axes from the Atlantic to the Pacific in a stable manner from now on.