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Recession in 2023? That depends on where you are in the world

20% of the respondents now see an extremely likely chance of a global recession. Image: Unsplash/Christine Roy

Gayle Markovitz

Business Editor, World Economic Forum

Spencer Feingold

Digital Editor, World Economic Forum

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