This issue of the Economic Policy Monitor (EPM) focuses on the diverse challenges brought by the New Globalization or Globalization 4.0, a period characterized by volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity. It specifically looks at issues on global trade restructuring, worsening inequality, challenges to the provision of global public goods, and weakening of social cohesion and trust. It also assesses the country's economic performance in 2018 and looks at the prospects for 2019-2020. It also provides policy updates on poverty reduction; women; health; education; labor and employment; housing; agriculture; environmental protection, forestry, and mining; energy; industry; services; and fiscal policy.
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