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IMF: Global economic growth rate of 5.9% in 2021, be wary of upside risks of inflation

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[IMF:Globaleconomicgrowthrateof5.9%in2021bewaryofupsiderisksofinflation]On October 12, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) released the latest issue of the Global Economic Outlook Report (hereinafter referred to as the report) to report the global economy this year The growth rate is expected to be slightly lowered by 0.1 percentage point to 5.9%, and the global economic growth rate for 2022 is expected to remain unchanged at 4.9%. In the updated global economic outlook forecast, the IMF predicts that China‘s economic growth rate is expected to reach 8% in 2021, a slight decrease of 0.1 percentage point from the July forecast; China‘s economic growth rate is expected to reach 5.6% in 2022, which is higher than the previous forecast. Decrease by 0.1 percentage point. (China Business News)

October 12, InternationalMonetary FundIn the latest issue of the Global Economic Outlook Report (hereinafter referred to as the report) released by the International Organization (IMF), the global economic growth forecast for this year was slightly lowered by 0.1 percentage point to 5.9%, and the global economic growth forecast for 2022 was maintained unchanged at 4.9%. . In the updated global economic outlook forecast, the IMF predicts that China‘s economic growth rate is expected to reach 8% in 2021, a slight decrease of 0.1 percentage point from the July forecast; China‘s economic growth rate is expected to reach 5.6% in 2022, which is higher than the previous forecast. Decrease by 0.1 percentage point.

The IMF believes that the global economy continues to recover, but the recovery momentum is weakening due to the epidemic, and the downside risks are increasing. The delta virus is raging, and the total number of deaths from new crown cases is approaching 5 million, which has become the biggest obstacle on the road to full recovery. At the same time, the epidemic broke out more frequently, affecting countries and regions in the key link of the global supply chain, causing supply chain chaos longer than previously expected, further raising inflation in some countries.

(Source: China Business News)

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