Trade and Investment

We musn't lose sight of this: Across the world trade has raised incomes and cut inequality

Merchandise trade as a share of world GDP grew from around 30 percent in 1988 to around 50 percent in 2013. Image: REUTERS/Aly Song

Ana Revenga

Senior Director, World Bank Group

Anabel González

Deputy Director-General, World Trade Organization (WTO)

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