World’s Growth Cools and the Rich-Poor Divide Widens
- The persistence of Covid and supply chain chokeholds threaten to hold back the global recovery’s momentum, the International Monetary Fund said.
- The growth rate will remain at a historically high level after a recession, but worldwide poverty, hunger and unmanageable debt are all on the upswing.
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