IMF's U.S. economic projections trimmed

Hoxter, Curtis J.
November 2001
Caribbean Business;11/29/2001, Vol. 29 Issue 48, p10
Focuses on the projections on the economic conditions in the United States by the Monetary Fund. Prediction of the world economic output; Growth of inflation-adjusted gross domestic product; Assessment of the stimulus package.


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