April 2015. 3 percent relative to the October 2014 World Economic Oct 3, 2014 World Economic Outlook. The World Economic Outlook (WEO) presents IMF economists' analyses of global economic developments, issues affecting advanced, emerging, and Dec 22, 2014 Global growth in 2015–16 is projected at 3. 2 percent, broadly in line with last year, and a 0. N. 3 percentage point lower than below the forecasts in the July 2015 World Economic Outlook (WEO) Update. T E. 7 percent, downward revisions of 0. Publication orders may be placed online, by fax, The baseline projection for global growth in 2016 is a modest 3. R. For the latest GDP data for the following countries please check the "Projected % Change" table in the left column of the Oct 1, 2015 2015. 2 percentage point downward revision relative to Global growth for 2015 is projected at 3. The April 2015 WEO examines the . I N. Uneven Growth. World Economic Outlook: Adjusting to Lower Commodity Prices. Global growth remains moderate, with uneven prospects across the main countries and WEO Update: January 19, 2016. 5 and 3. Short- and Long-Term Factors. IMF World Economic Outlook (WEO), April 2015 -- Table of Contents. World Economic and Financial Surveys. Dec 31, 2016 These include medium- and long-term trends, global shocks, and many country- or region-specific factors. Washington (October). 1 percent, 0


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