IMF: Global economy too dependent on US, China

From the Economic Times:

The International Monetary Fund () believes that the global economy is too dependent on growth in the United States and China, the business daily Handelsblatt reported on Monday… “Global growth is disproportionately dependent on the US and China. The euro-zone and Japan, which together make up about a quarter of global gross domestic product (GDP), have disappointed once again,” the newspaper quoted the Fund as saying in its latest World Economic Outlook to be published in mid-April.

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