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In the News: Expensive Energy, China’s Trade Surplus and Auto Market, and Big Tobacco Developments

publication date: Oct 12, 2018
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The IEA is concerned about the impact of rising energy prices on global economic growth, and both it and OPEC have lowered near-term oil demand growth expectations. The impact of the US-China trade dispute continues to be sized up by a number of industries, including automakers, and big tobacco companies may be looking to the cannabis market for future growth as the space remains sensitive to potentially increasing regulations.

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