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IMF cuts 2022 global growth to 3.2% amid US, China slowdowns


Surging inflation and severe slowdowns in the United States and China prompted the IMF to downgrade its outlook for the global economy this year and next, while warning that the situation could get much worse. SOUNDBITE

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