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IMF chief Lagarde urges mutually beneficial Brexit deal


Britain's tepid growth can improve along with other advanced economies should a positive trade deal over Brexit be agreed with the European Union, IMF chief Christine Lagarde says, but refutes suggestions that the IMF's forecasts were "too gloomy", saying the predicted 1.6% growth this year is a "bit of a disappointment".

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