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Global growth to rebound 5.5% in 2021 amid vaccine hope: IMF


Optimism that new vaccines will bring the pandemic under control and allow economic activity to resume coupled with stimulus in major economies has boosted the growth forecast this year to 5.5 percent, the IMF says in its latest World Economic Outlook. SOUNDBITE

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