IMF Says Economy Of The World Is Risky.

Posted: June 17, 2011 in News
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IMF: The fund said it was concerned about the continuing Greek debt crisis, the arguments over US deficit plans and the need to curb growth in Asia.

But it said it expected global growth to remain on track, though it lowered its forecasts for the US and UK.

The IMF predicted that the world economy would grow at a rate of 4.3% in 2011 and 4.5% in 2012.

The fund called for greater political leadership in dealing with the eurozone debt crisis and the budget crisis in the US.

“You cannot afford to have a world economy where these important decisions are postponed, because you’re really playing with fire,” said Jose Vinals, director of the IMF monetary and capital markets department.

The IMF’s latest forecasts came as it updated its assessments of financial stability, country finances and the global economy. Its last review was in April.

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