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October 08, 2012 7:12 PM
The International Monetary Fund is warning that global economic growth is slowing at the same time the World Bank says hundreds of millions of new jobs are needed around the world. VOA’s Jim Randle reports that top financial and political leaders are gathering in Tokyo to discuss these and other major economic issues.

Global Financial Leaders Ponder Jobs, Growth and Politics

Published October 08, 2012

The International Monetary Fund is warning that global economic growth is slowing at the same time the World Bank says hundreds of millions of new jobs are needed around the world. VOA’s Jim Randle reports that top financial and political leaders are gathering in Tokyo to discuss these and other major economic issues.


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