The IMF predicts that the world economy will suffer from “long covid”

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Some lost growth will not be recovered

Finance and economics | The Economist

THE IMF’S latest forecasts, released on October 13th, spell out just how long the economic harm from covid-19 will last. America’s gdp will return to its 2019 level only in 2022; Italy’s, in 2025. The fund reckons that in many places output will stay well below its pre-pandemic trend, as labour and capital are only slowly reallocated from shrinking industries towards thriving ones. Last October the fund expected India’s economy to grow by more than 40% by 2024; now it expects half that.

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This article appeared in the Finance & economics section of the print edition under the headline "The IMF’s new forecasts"


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