LINE

Text:AAAPrint
Economy

wwwtongbao003: IMF predicts faster global recovery

1
2021-04-07 09:38:14China Daily Editor : Mo Hong'e ECNS App Download
本文来源:http://www.344528.com/www_ikanchai_com/

www.86msc.com,  另外,如果弹劾案通过表决,获得多少赞成票也成为了关注的焦点。  少年时期的谢霆锋眉眼间透露着率性不羁的神情,也正是这点让杨受成一见投缘。MorningConsult公司联合创始人兼首席研究官Dropp认为,开立集团协议是特朗普一次大胜。  警方在现场看到,15公斤假币已全部二次加工完毕,被分成31个包裹,分别发往全国不同地方。

  办案人员只好重新规划抓捕方案,他们根据郭某某活动轨迹,确定了他的居住范围。12月8日报道境外媒体称,据台湾中时电子报12月8日援引英国《卫报》报道,南北极11月的海冰面积为38年来最低。“我从来没贷过款,这绝对不可能,我一直不相信。目前,“英超社区行动”已取得了巨大的成功,在解决英国社区问题,如少年犯罪、健康问题、种族融合和教育方面发挥了巨大的作用。

人民网12月8日电据外交部网站消息,外交部发言人陆慷今日主持例行记者会。有几名从事卖淫活动的少女不在会同县第三中学就读,早已辍学在家。  初步锁定制币人  今年4月,芝罘分局经侦大队接举报称有人制售假币,并向警方提供了一个QQ号和一个收发快递的电话,警方很快印证了举报线索的真实性,并锁定了制售假币的嫌疑人李某某行踪。申花俱乐部董事长吴晓晖此前在新帅新内援加盟的新闻发布会上表示,球队急需引进外援前锋,虽然目前不能说出名字,但肯定会给球迷带来惊喜。

A worker is busy on the production line at the weaving workshop in an economy development zone in Lianyungang, Jiangsu province, on Oct 19, 2020. (Photo/Xinhua)

The International Monetary Fund on Tuesday predicted China's economy to grow at 8.4 percent this year, which is 0.3 percentage point stronger than in its January forecast, while global growth is expected to reach 6 percent in 2021, a higher-than-expected recovery that could face "daunting challenges" ahead.

More than a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, high uncertainty is still hovering over the path of the health and economic crisis, with recoveries diverging "dangerously" within and across countries, but a way out is "increasingly visible" thanks to vaccines and policy support, the IMF said in its latest World Economic Outlook (WEO).

"We are now projecting a stronger recovery for the global economy compared with our January forecast, with growth projected to be 6 percent in 2021 (0.5 percentage point upgrade) and 4.4 percent in 2022 (0.2 percentage point upgrade), after an estimated historic contraction of -3.3 percent in 2020," Gita Gopinath, IMF's economic counsellor, wrote in a blog on Tuesday when the WEO was released.

If compared with the October 2020 WEO, the projection for 2021 global growth would be 0.8 percentage point stronger, reflecting additional fiscal support in a few large economies and the anticipated vaccine-powered recovery in the second half of the year, according to the forecast.

For China, the upwardly revised estimate of 8.4 percent was also 0.2 percentage point higher than in the IMF's forecast half a year ago. It forecast China's growth to moderate to 5.6 percent in 2022.

The United States is projected to return to end-of-2019 activity levels in the first half of 2021 and expected to register a 6.4 percent growth rate for the year, according to the IMF forecast.

It pointed out that the Biden administration's $1.9 trillion rescue package is expected to further boost US GDP over 2021-22, with significant spillovers to main US trading partners.

The US and China are two engines powering a "multi-speed recovery" from the pandemic crisis, well ahead of their pre-crisis GDP levels by the end of 2021, IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva said last week.

However, the IMF said that global prospects remain highly uncertain, with much still depending on the race between the virus and vaccines, as greater progress with vaccinations can lift the forecast, while new virus variants that evade vaccines can lead to a sharp downgrade.

Recoveries would be uneven within and across countries, as economies with slower vaccine rollouts, more limited policy support and that are more reliant on tourism would not do as well, according to IMF's Gopinath.

With losses in per capita GDP over 2020-24 relative to pre-pandemic forecasts projected at 5.7 percent in low-income countries and 4.7 percent in emerging markets, an additional 95 million people were expected to have entered the ranks of the extreme poor in 2020 compared with pre-pandemic projections, she noted.

For emerging market and developing economies, lockdowns and containment measures may be needed more frequently in 2021 and 2022 than in advanced economies, increasing the likelihood of medium-term scarring effects on the potential output of those countries, according to the IMF forecast.

"Considerable differentiation is expected between China — where effective containment measures, a forceful public investment response, and central bank liquidity support have facilitated a strong recovery — and others," the WEO noted.

In her blog "Managing Divergent Recoveries", Gopinath also wrote that while China's economy had already returned to pre-pandemic GDP in 2020, many other countries are not expected to do so until 2023.

As to policy priorities for governments, the global lender said foremost is overcoming the immediate health crisis and returning employment to normal levels and then limiting the long-term impact of the crisis by limiting scarring, including from zombie firms, and reducing inequality — both within and across countries.

Zombie companies are often described as those that earn just enough money to operate but are too weakened to pay their debts.

Further ahead, the threat of climate change is ever more pressing, demanding bold action to limit emissions, particularly for the largest polluters, it said.

The IMF said strong international cooperation is vital for achieving those objectives and ensuring that emerging markets and low-income developing countries continue to narrow the gap between their living standards and those of high-income economies.

On the healthcare front, that means ensuring adequate worldwide vaccine production and universal distribution at affordable prices so that all countries can quickly and decisively beat back the pandemic, it said.

It noted that many pre–COVID-19 risk factors continue to be relevant. Tensions between the US and China remain elevated on numerous fronts, including international trade, intellectual property, and cybersecurity.

"Even while all eyes are on the pandemic, it is essential that progress be made on resolving trade and technology tensions," the IMF said.

Related news

MorePhoto

Most popular in 24h

MoreTop news

MoreVideo

LINE
Back to top Links | About Us | Jobs | Contact Us | Privacy Policy
Copyright ©1999-2021 Chinanews.com. All rights reserved.
Reproduction in whole or in part without permission is prohibited.
www.86msc.com
申博微信支付充值 旧版申博开户直营网 菲律宾申博娱乐官网 申博游戏苹果手机怎么登入 申博太阳城在线即时到账 申博138注册直营网
申博官网登入 申博登录不了 www.6677shenbo.com www.sb88.com 太阳城网上娱乐官网 申博太阳城娱乐官网登入
申博怎么注册登入 申博在线开户登入 申博手机版下载登入 www.687.net 太阳城申博游戏下载官方 www.shenbo3.com