Publication of the 2021 World Economic Outlook by the IMF

28 October 2021

As it does every year, the International Monetary Fund published the World Economic Outlook, the report through which a highly specialized staff composed by economists and analysts examines the performance of the global economy. In particular, the document analyses in detail the issues affecting industrial countries, developing countries and economies in transition to market.

The latest report shows a significative positive trend in global economic recovery, which is projected to grow 6.0 percent in 2021 and 4.9 percent in 2022. However, it is pointed out the inhomogeneity of recovery process in the world. Indeed, the World Economic Outlook highlights the evident discrepancy between developed and emerging countries, with the latter still significantly behind in the recovery process, not only in economic term but also in health one.

After deepening such topics by using charts, boxes and extensive statistical appendix, the Report also provides a series of suggested policies for countries and plans, particularly, aimed to help the entrepreneurial world to better recover.

Therefore, to learn more about the details and latest findings, read the World Economic Outlook here.

Source: INSME Secretariat