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Here are the IMF’s latest economic growth projections for 2020 and 2021, published Tuesday in a quarterly update to the World Economic Outlook (WEO).

The table shows GDP growth forecasts in percentages, with the change from the June WEO in parentheses.

  2020 2021
World -4.4 (+0.8) 5.2 (-0.2)
Advanced economies -5.8 (+2.3) 3.9 (-0.9)
  United States -4.3 (+3.7) 3.1 (-1.4)
  Euro area -8.3 (+1.9) 5.2 (-0.8)
    Germany -6.0 (+1.8) 4.2 (-1.2)
    France -9.8 (+2.7) 6.0 (-1.3)
    Italy -10.6 (+2.2) 5.2 (-1.1)
    Spain -12.8 (0.0)  7.2 (+0.9)
  Japan -5.3 (+0.5) 2.3 (-0.1)
  Britain -9.8 (+0.4) 5.9 (-0.4)
  Canada -7.1 (+1.3) 5.2 (+0.3)
     
Emerging & developing economies -3.3 (-0.2) 6.0 (+0.2)
    Russia -4.1 (+2.5) 2.8 (-1.3)
     
  Developing Asia -1.7 (-0.9) 8.0 (+0.6)
    China 1.9 (+0.9) 8.2 (0.0)
    India -10.3 (-5.8) 8.8 (+2.8)
     
  Latin America & Caribbean -8.1 (+1.3) 3.6 (-0.1)
    Brazil -5.8 (+3.3) 2.8 (-0.8)
    Mexico -9.0 (+1.5) 3.5 (+0.2)
     
  Middle East & Central Asia -4.1 (+0.4) 3.0 (-0.5)
      
  Sub-Saharan Africa -3.0 (+0.2) 3.1 (-0.3)
    South Africa -8.0 (0.0) 3.0 (-0.5)
     
World Trade Volume -10.4 (+1.5) 8.3 (+0.3)

– AFP

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