The IMF's projection includes President Donald Trump's planned tariff hike on another $US300 billion worth of Chinese imports.
"In her address, Georgieva came out in favour of a more modern system of global trade to knock down the "'digital Berlin Wall' that forces countries to choose between technology systems". "This means that growth this year will fall to its lowest rate since the beginning of the decade", Georgieva, who took over as Managing Director of the body on October 1, said.
Georgieva took over from Christine Lagarde as the organisation's head earlier this month.
Not only that, but the economic rifts could "last a generation" with possible shifts such as broken supply changes and siloed trade.
She said trade tensions could result in "substantial weakening" of manufacturing and investment activity, and could subsequently affect services and consumption. "That means dealing with subsidies, as well as intellectual property rights and technology transfers", she said.
"In a trade war, everyone loses".
However, she said that about 40 emerging markets and developing economies, including 19 in sub-Saharan Africa, will have real GDP growth rates above 5 per cent.
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Per the October 2019 Monetary Policy File of the RBI, the advance-term arrive of the Indian economic system has fraught risks and the aggregate of home and world headwinds has sorrowful economic activities in the nation, acknowledged the reports.
She warned that due to the world's interconnected economies, many countries will soon feel the impact.
The precarious outlook will affect many countries caught in the crossfire of trade conflicts, including struggling emerging markets with International Monetary Fund programmes, she added.
In her evaluation, Georgieva argued that financial exercise is softening in superior economies, such because the US, Japan and, particularly, the eurozone, whereas in different rising markets, similar to India and Brazil, the slowdown is much more pronounced this yr.
Georgieva made this review a week sooner than the joint Annual Assembly between the International Monetary Fund and World Bank (WB) all over which both establishments will fresh their economic projections in a gathering of high central bankers and economic system ministers.
The headline numbers reflect a complex situation, she said. Georgieva then told the minister that Argentina was at the top of the IMF's priorities and that they would work together to understand the country's economic and political difficulties.
For her part, Ms. Georgieva singled out three countries - Germany, the Netherlands and South Korea - as places that could benefit from increasing government spending.