According to the IMF, global growth is projected to reach 3.5% in 2015. The overall growth of advanced economies masks differences between countries. While the US has rebounded and is now growing faster, economies like Japan and the EU will continue to struggle. On the emerging market side, growth is more subdued. China has slowed down, Russia’s outlook has weakened, and most commodity exporters have been affected by declining prices. Download and read the PDF for Timid Global Growth.
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