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Spiralling global gloom

31 March 2009 By Martin Hutchinson

The OECD forecast of a 2.7% decline in global GDP is gloomy enough. However, its growth forecasts for the US, Britain and Japan are much worse than those countries own budget assumptions. That means their high fiscal deficits will be worse than forecast.

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