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Norway’s $1T wealth fund CEO fears global trade rupture

By Bloomberg
26 September 2018   |   11:12 am
Norway’s $1 trillion wealth fund is invested in more than 70 countries and 9,000 companies across the globe. It has a lot riding on global trade and is keeping a close eye on the trade war erupting between the world’s two economic powers: China and the U.S. CEO Yngve Slyngstad spoke with Bloomberg News Editor-In-Chief John Micklethwait.

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