Global growth outlook gloomy

Investor's Business Daily
October 2015
Investors Business Daily;10/1/2015, pA02
The article reports on the outlook of the International Monetary Fund that global economic growth will be weaker in 2015 due to various factors including the economic slowdown in China, refugee crisis in Europe, and the pending interest rate increase in the U.S.


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