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The collateral damage of the United States’ trade wars is being felt from the fjords of Iceland to the auto factories of Japan.

Central bank governors and finance ministers traded grim tales of suffering economies at the International Monetary Fund and World Bank fall meetings in Washington last week. Some also noted how far U.S. policy had shifted from the 1940s, when Washington cofounded the IMF.

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