GENEVA — World trade volume in goods is forecast to grow 4.7 percent this year, up on last year’s weak 2.1 percent increase, spurred by a firming up of the economic recovery in the U.S. and Europe and continued growth in emerging Asian economies, the World Trade Organization said Monday.
“We expect a broad-based but modest upturn in 2014 and further consolidation of this growth in 2015,” said Roberto Azevêdo, WTO director-general.
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