OECD says economy on up

| 25/06/2009

(Bloomberg): The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development raised its forecast for the economy of its 30 member nations for the first time in two years as the US slump shows signs of easing. The combined economy of the world’s most-industrialized countries will shrink 4.1 percent this year and grow 0.7 percent in 2010 has said today. The new projections compare with March forecasts for contractions of 4.3 percent and 0.1 percent but conflict with that of the World Bank, which this week said the global recession will be deeper than it predicted three months ago.


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