Davos 2022: Weak global recovery could turn into a new recession, says WEF president

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SINGAPORE - Countries are easing travel restrictions, but the outlook for global growth doesn't look promising.

The lockdown in China, as Beijing deals with the Covid-19 Omicron variant's spread, has been aggravating disruptions to global supply chains that were already impacted by the two-year long pandemic and the war in Ukraine.

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