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Fluid foundations

28 November 2016 By Peter Thal Larsen

Tax cuts and more spending in the United States could help lift world growth to 3.6 pct by 2018, the OECD reckons. But President-elect Donald Trump could reverse the boost with protectionist policies. The rosy scenario rests on shaky assumptions about international cooperation.

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