Russian – Ukraine War, China Lockdowns Could Push US Economy Into Stagflation In 2023

International Business Times | November 29, 2022

Chamara Gunetileke, Senior Director, Specialised Solutions at Acuity Knowledge Partners, is featured in an article in the International Business Times. Chamara highlights concerns about industrial capacity constraints and logistical bottlenecks in China, which could reduce the supply of Chinese goods to the US market and push up prices as holiday demand picks up.

Extract from the article- "We believe the probability of the U.S. slipping into stagflation remains moderately high.”

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