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IMF upgrades 2024 global growth forecast to 3.2%

China.dot.org 17 Apr 2024
... is of "particular concern." It raises short-term risks to the disinflation process, as well as longer-term fiscal and financial stability risks for the global economy, he said.
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IMF upgrades 2024 global growth forecast to 3.2 pct

People Daily 17 Apr 2024
fiscal stance, out of line with long-term fiscal sustainability, is of "particular concern." It raises short-term risks to the disinflation process, as well as longer-term fiscal and financial stability risks for the global economy, he said.
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Update: IMF upgrades 2024 global growth forecast to 3.2 pct

Xinhua 17 Apr 2024
fiscal stance, out of line with long-term fiscal sustainability, is of "particular concern." It raises short-term risks to the disinflation process, as well as longer-term fiscal and financial stability risks for the global economy, he said.
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China Focus: What prepares China for 2024 GDP growth target?

China.dot.org 17 Apr 2024
How to prevent and defuse risks, especially in ... Regarding debt risks and fiscal sustainability of local governments, industry insiders believe that China's government debt is to some extent exaggerated.
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'Something will have to give:' IMF sounds alarm on US debt

The Hill 16 Apr 2024
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned Tuesday that America’s recent economic performance is partially the result of the country’s unsustainable fiscal practices, creating risks for the global economy.
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2nd LD Writethru: IMF upgrades 2024 global growth forecast to 3.2 pct

China.dot.org 16 Apr 2024
fiscal stance, out of line with long-term fiscal sustainability, is of "particular concern." It raises short-term risks to the disinflation process, as well as longer-term fiscal and financial stability risks for the global economy, he said.
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Flawed work to close city schools will hurt Columbus for years to come. It must be fixed.

The Columbus Dispatch 16 Apr 2024
Unfortunately, early indications suggest that many other fiscal and political considerations seem to be driving the process, and there is substantial risk that current closure efforts will cause ...
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IMF raises growth forecast for ‘overheated’ US economy and urges caution on rate cuts

CNN 16 Apr 2024
“The fiscal stance… is of particular concern,” Gourinchas wrote, noting that it raises short-term risks to the process of slowing inflation, as well as longer-term financial stability risks for the global economy.
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Heat is on, be ready for the consequences

Hindustan Times 16 Apr 2024
As temperatures soar, banks face heightened risks associated with agricultural lending and business continuity ... India’s first generation of HAPs — made at the city, district and state levels — have shown results and helped reduce public health risks.
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Powell sees 'lack of progress' on inflation

The Hill 16 Apr 2024
{beacon}. View Online. Business & Economy ... The International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned Tuesday that America’s recent economic performance is partially the result of the country’s unsustainable fiscal practices, creating risks for the global economy ... ET.
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South Africa: Technical Assistance Report-Fiscal Transparency Evaluation

International Monetary Fund 15 Apr 2024
... by fiscal forecasting and budgeting, and weakest in fiscal risk analysis. There is room to improve South Africa’s fiscal reporting, budget transparency and management of fiscal risks.
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Kenya to reduce wage bill to 35 pct of revenue by 2028

China.dot.org 15 Apr 2024
"A fiscally ... According to the World Bank, Kenya's large public sector wage bill, which accounts for about 8 percent of the gross domestic product, has reduced fiscal buffers and increased fiscal risks.
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What the Middle East now implies for the global economy, markets

Deccan Herald 15 Apr 2024
Beyond that, they must factor in the higher threat of stagflationary winds for the global economy at a time when risk-mitigating policy tools, such as fiscal and monetary measures, are already overly ...
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Bhutan’s SDG on track

Kuensel 15 Apr 2024
Bhutan along with many other countries are faced with tight fiscal constraints and high risks of debt distress, with the median debt burden rising from 3.1 percent of revenue in 2010 to 12 percent in 2023—the highest level since 2000.
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