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IMF head warns of 'self-inflicted injuries' hurting economic recovery

She tells G-20 and central bank leaders that policy choices are now key if the global economy is to snap out of its low-growth period

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Ms Lagarde praised Singapore for promoting and financing life-long learning so that all can partake in the gains of globalisation.

Tokyo

THE global economy cannot afford to risk "self-inflicted injuries," International Monetary Fund (IMF) managing director Christine Lagarde declared on Tuesday, in what appeared to be a sideswipe against the protectionist policies of US President Donald Trump and other political

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