IMF World Economic Outlook, September 2002

REPORT - World Economic Outlook, Trade and Finance, International Monetary Fund, September 2002. In the most recent World Economic Outlook the International Monetary Fund said that world economic output would increase by 3.7% in 2003, compared to its previous forecast of 4%. The IMF retained its estimate of growth of 2.8% in the world economy for 2002. Kenneth Rogoff, chief economist, said, "Although our baseline is for global recovery, it is likely to be less strong than previously anticipated

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