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16 January 2017 By Peter Thal Larsen

Last year the world economy grew at its slowest rate since 2009, the IMF reckons. Stimulus in China and the promise of Donald Trump’s tax cuts mean the next two years should be better. However, increased risks of protectionism make forecasts even more tentative than usual.

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