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the IMF looked for average annual growth of 6.4 percent in China during 2018 through 2020. “Rich market valuations and very low volatility in an environment of high policy uncertainty raise the likelihood of a market correction, which could dampen growth and confidence, said the fund, which also cited China’s credit growth and protectionist policies as threats. While risks to the global outlook are “broadly balanced” in the near term, medium term risks are titled to the downside, the IMF said. IMF urged advanced countries with weak demand and low inflation to continue supporting growth through monetary and fiscal policy while cautioning central banks against raising borrowing costs too quickly. The fund said widespread protectionism or a “race to the bottom” on financial and regulatory oversight would leave all countries worse off. 46. Which of the following statements can definitely be concluded from the given passage? (i) IMF does not perceive any considerable long term risk to global market in the short term (ii) IMF views China’s credit and growth policy as a risk to global outlook (iii) The US can perform well in global outlook by abandoning its protectionist policies A. Both (i) and (ii) B. Both (i) and (iii) C. Only (i) D. Only (ii) E. Only (iii) 47. Which of the following is TRUE in the context of IMF’s growth forecast of China?(i) An annual average growth of 6.4 percent during 2018 through 2020 (ii) No change in its forecast for 2017 from its Annual Staff report of June 14th (iii) The forecast for 2018 has grown a meager 0.2 percent from previous quarter
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8 48. IMF has cut growth forecast of UK by 0.3 percent. What does it imply for the UK? 49. According to the IMF, the advanced countries with weak demand and low inflation should- (i) discard their protectionist policies (ii) support growth through monetary and fiscal policy (iii) keep a check on rapid increase in rate of interest by central banks
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  • Fall '14
  • Ravi Prasad
  • Derivative, Government of India, Panchayati raj

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