How much do you think the U.S. dollar will rise in 2018?
The U.N. Economic Commission for Asia and the Pacific is looking at what impact the U-S.
and China are having on the global economy.
Its members are gathering on Tuesday to discuss the issue.
The commission says the global economic slowdown, as well as a U.K. vote to leave the European Union, have contributed to the decline in the value of the U, as evidenced by a 10 percent decline in global trade last year.
The group is also considering whether the U should adjust its monetary policy, which was in place for two years before Donald Trump took office.
voted to leave in a referendum that has been condemned by the U., which has argued that the country is still entitled to the pound sterling.
Trump has accused the EU of undermining the sovereignty of its member countries and has promised to fight it on the world stage.
The economic commission is expected to announce its findings on Tuesday.
In 2018, the U’s economy will shrink 1.6 percent to $11.9 trillion, the second consecutive year of contraction.
The IMF expects a 2.2 percent contraction, the biggest since the end of the Great Recession in 2009.
The country’s central bank is expected reduce interest rates for the first time in 20 years, according to Reuters.