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Expert: IMF's revision largely driven by growth resilience of major economies


The International Monetary Fund upgraded its forecast for this year's global economic growth to 3.1 percent, or 0.2 percentage points higher than its previous projection made in October. Wang Yaojing, assistant professor of economics at Peking University, says the IMF's revision is largely driven by the growth resilience of major economies.

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