IMF sees US growth sprinting ahead of eurozone

IMF chief economists Raghuram Rajan has told a German newspaper that the International Monetary Fund had increased its previous forecast for US growth by 0.1 percentage points to 4.0 percent.

Source: AFP

The European Central Bank and IMF put eurozone growth next year at around 1.6 percent but the IMF says the US growth might exceed 4.0 percent.

The forecasts add to growing signs of diverging growth trends next year in Europe, where the economy is seen gradually gathering steam, and the United

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