Cargo containers sit inside of a Bayonne port in October in New Jersey. As surging inflation and supply chain disruptions are disrupting global economic recovery, the IMF has projected the global economy will grow by 5. 9 per cent this year – a 0. 1 percentage point lower than its July estimate. AFP
Cargo containers sit inside of a Bayonne port in October in New Jersey. As surging inflation and supply chain disruptions are disrupting global economic recovery, the IMF has projected the global econShow more

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