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OECD sees lower world growth, soaring inflation due to Ukraine war


The world's economic outlook is "much more pessimistic" as a result of the war in Ukraine, warns Secretary-General Mathias Cormann, as the OECD slashes its 2022 growth forecast and projects higher inflation. SOUNDBITE

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