IMF chief Christine Lagarde said Saturday she was “horrified” by reports about the fate of Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi but she still plans to attend an economic meeting in Riyadh this month. FIRST IMAGES
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The IMF is warning that rising trade tensions between the US and China risk undermining a solidly growing global economy. IMF Director Christine Lagarde says “while the sun is shining we are seeing more clouds on the horizon.”(April 19)
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Britain’s tepid growth can improve along with other advanced economies should a positive trade deal over Brexit be agreed with the European Union, IMF chief Christine Lagarde says, but refutes suggestions that the IMF’s forecasts were “too gloomy”, saying the predicted 1.6% growth this year is a “bit of a disappointment”.