(FILES) In this file photo the World Bank headquarters is seen in Washington, DC on May 20, 2021. Fueled by widespread Covid-19 vaccinations in advanced nations, the world economic recovery has picked up speed, but the upbeat outlook obscures a worrying picture in poor nations, the World Bank said June 8, 2021. The global economy is now expected to grow 5.6 percent this year, 1.5 points faster than projected in January -- the fastest post-recession bounceback in 80 years, according to the latest Global Economic Prospects (GEP) report.

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The World Bank's headquarters in Washington, DC. The group will set out proposals to go before the next G20 Summit in Rome in October and the COP26 climate meeting in Glasgow in November. AFP 

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