Sep 17, 2015

The world in brief, September 17th 2015 | Espresso

The OECD cut its global GDP forecasts, blaming financial-market upheaval and the effects of lower growth in China. The Paris-based think-tank said world output would rise by 3% this year, not 3.1%, and that next year’s growth would be 3.6%, not 3.8%. It was gloomy about Brazil, cheerful about America and blamed the euro zone for failing to fix its banking system. , Showing disapproval of prime...

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