Davos 2022

Are we heading for a global recession and if so how concerned should we be?

Panelists on the Global Economic Outlook discuss recession and 'bananas' at Davos 2022. Image: World Economic Forum / Benedikt von Loebell.

Amy White

Writer and Editor, Freelance, World Economic Forum

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Kristalina Georgieva was deeply worried about countries slipping into recession that were already weakened before the pandemic hit. Image: World Economic Forum/ Greg Beadl

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