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Imf Report Said The Risk Of Slower Global Economic Recovery Is Still Four Volts

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Imf Report Said The Risk Of Slower Global Economic Recovery Is Still Four Volts

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Delicate green shoots of recovery have been in many places to grow. In February, the main national release in the fourth quarter GDP data showed the world economy is expected to resume growth, international financial markets stabilized. But the IMF is expected, G20 member states not go hand in hand.

    Strong growth in re-export trade, strongly boosting the country’s economic rise of Asia. China’s exports in the medium-term decline in the past year, after January of this year exports grew by 21%. New export orders mainly from Southeast Asia, South America and the Middle East and other developing countries. According to the Indian Commerce and Industry on March 2 to data released in January India’s imports and exports rose 35.5%, respectively, and 11.5%

    Asian Development Bank expects emerging economies of East Asia countries in 2009 GDP growth of 6.6%. Morgan Stanley economist in Hong Kong more optimistic that up to 7.4% for the euro area and can hold a candle to the United States.

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    The major economies of Western Australia was a very eye-catching. Australian Bureau of Statistics recently announced the fourth quarter of last year, GDP increased 0.9% year over year is up 2.7% in the last two years, the strongest growth. Australian Finance Minister Wayne Swan said the Australian economy continues strong, driven by 70 billion Australian dollars of economic stimulus measures, as well as demand in Asia on the Australian resources continued.

    In contrast, some on both sides of the Atlantic “tepid.” Sovereign debt crisis and deep mud, nothing worth mentioning in the euro area compared to the United States as a whole fairly robust pace. U.S. Federal Reserve Wednesday released the latest National Beige Book survey of economic conditions showed that, despite suffering a severe winter storms in the weather attack, the U.S. economy in February, or continue to “moderate improvement.” Fourth quarter of 2009 GDP revised 5.9% increase is boosting people to hit a 6 years the highest level.

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    Robbery wave engulfing the financial crisis, the super-normal stimulus policy can be “cast aside the bow once the birds are gone” to exit out? As the momentum of recovery is not balanced, bittersweet uneven States must “with the disease with different treatment.”

    IMF in the report reminded, for many emerging economies, particularly the rapid narrowing output gap, increase the risk of economic overheating in Asia and Latin America, “a large-scale capital inflows will be taken before making the complicated effects of monetary policy.” In order to prevent rising inflation, tightening of policy was necessary “in the can act.”

    At present, economic growth is good in the “BRIC”, in addition to Russia, China, India and Brazil have increased the deposit reserve ratio. RBA this month on the 2nd announcement of 5 months to the fourth rate hike, interest rate 25 basis points to 4%. This is the G20 bloc of the first central bank to raise interest rates. However, analysts believe that a major international currency exchange rates may increase fluctuations in the financial sector does not completely eliminate the risk that countries opting out is still difficult to stimulate policy.

    Recovered from more developed economies can not read the “inhibition.” Strong and relaxed policy is a block spring pad, “capital growth”, “preserve jobs” play up “deficit” to fall. IMF special warning, in the coming year the rich countries should cut the budget deficit big delay action, the suspension of an active monetary policy, exit, or it may lead to economic double-dip recession.

    In the Federal Reserve’s latest beige book, said the labor market is still no sign of improvement, although the pace of layoffs slowed, but employment is still weak. According to a Bloomberg News survey, the United States in February of 6.5 million people in employment may reduce the unemployment rate rose from 9.7% to 9.8%. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke will testify in the Zhou Xiangguo reiterated that the Fed will be “longer period” to benchmark interest rates at very low levels. 4, announced that the European Central Bank to maintain 1% of the leading euro-zone interest rates unchanged.

    “States continue to maintain at least 2010, policy packages.” That is earnestly urged the IMF several times recently.

  Delicate green shoots of recovery have been in many places to grow. In February, the main national release in the fourth quarter GDP data showed the world economy is expected to resume growth, international financial markets stabilized. But the IMF is expected, G20 member states not go hand in hand.

    Strong growth in re-export trade, strongly boosting the country’s economic rise of Asia. China’s exports in the medium-term decline in the past year, after January of this year exports grew by 21%. New export orders mainly from Southeast Asia, South America and the Middle East and other developing countries. According to the Indian Commerce and Industry on March 2 to data released in January India’s imports and exports rose 35.5%, respectively, and 11.5%

    Asian Development Bank expects emerging economies of East Asia countries in 2009 GDP growth of 6.6%. Morgan Stanley economist in Hong Kong more optimistic that up to 7.4% for the euro area and can hold a candle to the United States.

    Major Western economies, Australia was a very eye-catching. Australian Bureau of Statistics recently announced the fourth quarter of last year, GDP increased 0.9% year on year is up 2.7% in the last two years, the strongest growth. Australian Finance Minister Wayne Swan said the Australian economy continues strong, driven by 70 billion Australian dollars of economic stimulus measures, as well as demand in Asia on the Australian resources continued.

    In contrast, some on both sides of the Atlantic “tepid.” Sovereign debt crisis and deep mud, nothing worth

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