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              Economic recovery 'hobbled', rapid inflation rise in many nations: IMF

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              Oct '21
              Kristalina Georgieva. Pic: IMF
              Kristalina Georgieva. Pic: IMF
              The International Monetary Fund (IMF) recently said while the United States and China remain vital engines of growth even as their momentum is slowing now and a few advanced and emerging economies are still gaining momentum, growth in many other countries continues to worsen, hampered by low access to vaccines and constrained policy response.

              Noting that global economic recovery remains ‘hobbled’ due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, IMF managing director Kristalina Georgieva said “this divergence in economic fortunes is becoming more persistent,” and she now expects growth to moderate slightly this year.

              She noted that headline inflation rates have increased rapidly in a number of countries, again some more affected than others.

              "While we do expect price pressures to subside in most countries in 20n22, in some emerging and developing economies price pressures are expected to persist," she said.

              "We face a global recovery that remains "hobbled" by the pandemic and its impact. We are unable to walk forward properly - it is like walking with stones in our shoes! The most immediate obstacle is the ‘'Great Vaccination Divide' –too many countries with too little access to vaccines, leaving too many people unprotected from COVID,” Georgieva said.

              "At the same time, countries remain deeply divided in their ability to respond—in being able to support the recovery, and in their ability to invest for the future. But we can secure a stronger recovery everywhere and shape a better post-pandemic world for all. We can only do it by working together to overcome these divides," she said in her address ahead of the annual meetings of IMF and the World Bank.

              "But the risks and obstacles to a balanced global recovery have become even more pronounced: the stones in our shoes have become more painful," Georgieva said.

              "Economic output in advanced economies is projected to return to pre-pandemic trends by 2022. But most emerging and developing countries will take many more years to recover. This delayed recovery will make it even more difficult to avoid long-term economic scarring, including from job losses, which hit young people, women, and informal workers especially hard," she said.

              The IMF estimates that global public debt has increased to almost 100 per cent of GDP. "Much of this reflects the necessary fiscal response to the crisis as well as the heavy output and revenue losses due to the pandemic. Here we see yet another deep divide, with some countries more affected than others - especially in the developing world," she said.

              "Many started the pandemic with very little fiscal firepower. Now they have even less room in their budgets - and very limited ability to issue new debt at favourable terms. In short, they face tough times and are caught on the wrong side of the fiscal financing divide,” said the Bulgarian economist, who has served in a number of key positions at the World Bank.

              Georgieva called for sharply increasing delivery of COVID-19 vaccine doses to the developing world and that richer nations must deliver on their donation pledges immediately.

              "And, together, we must boost vaccine production and distribution capabilities; and remove trade restrictions on medical materials. In addition to vaccines, we must also close a USD-20 billion gap in grant financing for testing, tracing, and therapeutics,” she said.

              "If we don’t, large parts of the world will remain unvaccinated, and the human tragedy will continue. That would hold the (economic) recovery back. We could see global GDP losses rise to $5.3 trillion over the next five years,” she added.`

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