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Post by claud39 on Fri Mar 27, 2020 7:13 pm

International Monetary Fund: The global economy has entered a bad or worse recession from the financial crisis


27/03/2020



International Monetary Fund: The global economy has entered a bad or worse recession from the financial crisis 19726





Economy News _ Baghdad

The Director of the International Monetary Fund said that the Fund is looking for a "scientific approach" preventing countries from economic collapse, due to the crisis of the spread of Corona virus
Kristina Georgieva said it is clear that the world has entered a bad or worse recession from the global financial crisis, expecting the recession in 2020 to be very deep.

Georgieva added that recovery is expected in 2021, but only if the Corona virus is contained and liquidity problems do not turn into solvency problems.





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