In the media | 26 Oct 2021

Asharq Business: International Monetary Fund | Global economic recovery continues, but momentum is weak

Scott Livermore, chief economist at Oxford Economics Middle East, said that the International Monetary Fund is still optimistic about advanced economies in the next two years and the speed of recovery in them, but most developed countries will return to pre-pandemic levels in 2024 with the effects Limited negativity, and added that the IMF indicated things that should be concerned about, such as destabilizing supply chains, increasing inflation, and the risk of a new wave of the Corona virus, and this is specifically related to the limited deployment of vaccines in developing countries.

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