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Digitalization can drive Asian rebound: IMF

Asia’s strong post-pandemic economic rally is slowing due to tight money, weak export demand, and China’s slowdown, but IMF bloggers say digitalization can...

IMF cuts 2023 global growth forecast to 2.7%

IMF says pressures from the Russia-Ukraine war, spiralling energy and food prices, inflation and interest rate spikes have led the Fund to trim...

Multilateral agency heads urge action on global food security crisis

Leaders of FAO, IMF, WB, WFP and WTO cry for urgent action to address food security crisis saying...

Ukraine war, resurgent pandemic to slow Asia growth in 2022

Ukraine war, resurgent pandemic to slow Asia growth in 2022Asia Pacific is expected to grow to 4.9% this year, 0.5 percentage point...

IMF cuts global GDP forecast due to Ukraine conflict

IMF cuts global GDP forecast due to Ukraine conflictThe global economic growth forecast is down to 3.6% this year and next, a...

ICC urges World Bank, IMF to help avoid unintended effects of...

International Chamber of Commerce Secretary General John Denton asked leaders of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank to “urgently consider making...

IMF slashes growth outlook as supply chain bottlenecks, inflation build up

Pandemic outbreaks in critical links of global supply chains have resulted in longer than expected supply disruptions, feeding inflation in many countriesGlobal...

Global recovery under threat from vaccine, supply chain setbacks—BIMCO

The economic recovery of many Asian countries has been hindered by low vaccination rates and another wave of COVID-19 casesFresh outbreaks have...

IMF lowers 2021 outlook for emerging Asia

Prospects for emerging market and developing economies have been marked down for 2021, while those for advanced economies have been revised upVaccine...

IMF sees 7.6% AsPac rebound in 2021 but marked with wide...

Asia Pacific will grow 7.6% this year and 5.4% next year, but with broad differences across countries and sectorsExports and manufacturing have...