Among the four most pressing problems in the global economy are the difficulties of China's economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, the policies of the US Federal Reserve, the rising cost of living in Europe, and the threat of a food crisis in developing countries. 

“Now we are again afraid of a global recession, only this time everything is more than real,” said Robin Brooks, chief economist at the Institute of International Finance.

Earlier, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) listed the factors affecting the state of the world economy.

Director of the Center for Regional Policy of the RANEPA, Doctor of Economics Vladimir Klimanov, in an interview with the FBA "Economics Today", assessed the prospects for dedollarization of the Russian economy.