IMF downgrades global growth forecast

Laura Miller
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The global economy is set to grow slower this year and next, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

The IMF now expects growth of 3.5% this year, compared with the previous estimate of 3.8% which it made in October, the BBC reports. The growth forecast for 2016 has also been cut, to 3.7%. The downgrade...

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