"Rates should remain unchanged until the recovery is locked in," the club of 30 mainly industrialized nations said in its twice-yearly global economic survey.
The OECD raised its overall global economic growth forecasts for its 30 member countries to 2.7 percent in 2005 and 2.9 percent next year, both up 0.1 percent on the prev
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