Steven Schrage

Scholl Chair in International Business, Center for Strategic and International Studies

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Scholl Chair in International Business at the Center for Strategic and International Studies; former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State under Colin Powell and co-chair of the G-8’s Anti-Crime and Terrorism Group

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The World Bank says the global economy  will shrink  this year for the first time since the 1940’s. Falling demand in the West has led to the sharpest drop in world trade in 80 years.

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