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Britain needs more than tinkering to get growth going

17 April 2024

2:48 AM

17 April 2024

2:48 AM

It’s not just Britain that has a growth problem. Today’s release of the IMF’s April 2024 World Economic Outlook report argues that the global economy is following the lacklustre trend. Global growth is expected to sit at 3.1 per cent by 2029: ‘at its lowest in decades’. Global growth is forecast to move at the same pace this year as it did last year, growing at 3.2

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