Patrick Blagrave, another WEO
contributor, observes that growth in China and other parts of emerging Asia remains strong, and the still-difficult conditions faced by several commodity exporters in Latin America, the Commonwealth of Independent States and sub-Saharan Africa show some signs of improvement.
When we released the WEO
last month, we thought growth for the global economy in 2016 would remain somewhat disappointing.
In this WEO
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said that the forecast, revised down by 1% for 2016 and 2017 relative to April, reflects a more subdued outlook for advanced economies following the UK vote to leave the European Union and weaker than expected growth in the United States.
projects their growth rate to increase only modestly-relative to 2015-to 4.
warns that policymakers also need to make contingency plans and design collective measures for a possible future in case downside risks materialize.
As other examples, the April 2008 WEO
following up on the Stern review of climate change, featured a chapter on global CO2 emissions and the macro economic effects of carbon pricing, while the IMF's Fiscal Affairs department has done important recent work on energy subsidies and carbon pricing.
5 percent in 2016, according to a copy of the WEO
report obtained by Petra.
PIB Real Porcentaje anual de crecimiento 2013 2014 Bolivia 6,8 5,2 Colombia 4,7 4,8 Paraguay 13,6 4,0 Ecuador 4,5 4,0 Caribe 3,2 3,8 America Central 4,2 3,8 Peru 5,8 3,6 Uruguay 4,4 2,8 Mexico 1,1 2,4 Chile 4,2 2,0 Argentina 2,9 (1,7) Venezuela 1,3 (3,0) America Latina y 2,7 1,3 el Caribe Produccion Mundial 3,3 3,3 Fuente: WEO
, Septiembre 20U, FMI Nota: Tabla derivada de grafico barra.
4 of a percentage point lower than in the April 2014 WEO
It's really a story of something which has just happened and that is behind us," said Olivier Blanchard, the IMF's chief economist, in discussing the WEO
It's really a story of something which has just happened and that is behind us,'' said Olivier Blanchard, the IMF's chief economist, in discussing the WEO