OECD Cuts Global Growth Forecast and Warns of Growing RisksBy
Brazil, Germany, Canada, U.S. forecasts cut most severely
G-20 ministers urged to tackle lack of demand in Shanghai
The OECD cut its global growth forecasts, saying the economies of Brazil, Germany and the U.S. are slowing and warning that some emerging markets are at risk of exchange-rate volatility.
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