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    IMF Chief: Global Financial Threat Easingi
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    April 20, 2013 3:21 AM
    Despite an uneven recovery between advanced and developing economies, the heads of both the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund say the global financial crisis has eased substantially. But these global lending institutions say member countries must do more to spark sustainable economic growth. Mil Arcega reports for VOA.

    IMF Chief: Global Financial Threat Easing

    Published April 19, 2013

    Despite an uneven recovery between advanced and developing economies, the heads of both the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund say the global financial crisis has eased substantially. But these global lending institutions say member countries must do more to spark sustainable economic growth. Mil Arcega reports for VOA.


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