Update on world economic outlook out tomorrow

By on 15/09/2015 | Updated on 24/09/2020
Further reforms are needed to achieve more inclusive and sustainable growth, a new OECD report says.

The OECD will publish its projections for the economic outlook of the world’s major economies tomorrow.

The OECD’s chief economist Catherine L. Mann is presenting the Interim Global Economic Assessment at 11am CET at a press conference, which can be watched via a webcast at video.oecd.org.

The report will offer projections for annual GDP growth in the United States, Japan, the Euro area, Germany, France, Italy, the United Kingdom, Canada, Brazil, China and India.

It will provide an update of the OECD’s previous interim assessment, published in March, which had projected “moderate, rather than rapid, world GDP growth” and said that “lower oil prices will boost global demand and have created conditions for many central banks to lower interest rates.”

The March report also said that “bold and open-ended action by the European Central Bank has boosted asset prices in the Euro area and added to easier global financial conditions.”

Click here to watch tomorrow’s press conference

Click here to view March’s interim assessment

About Winnie Agbonlahor

Winnie is news editor of Global Government Forum. She previously reported for Civil Service World - the trade magazine for senior UK government officials. Originally from Germany, Winnie first came to the UK in 2006 to study a BA in Journalism & Russian at the University of Sheffield. She is bilingual in English and German, and, after spending an academic year abroad in Russia and reporting for the Moscow Times, Winnie also speaks Russian fluently.

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