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IMF, OECD flag danger of trade protectionism

Unless policymakers can keep that at bay, and stimulate global commerce, the chances of lifting the world economy out of the "low-growth trap" are slim

Tokyo

FINANCE ministers and central bank governors from around the world gathering in Washington next week for the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank annual meetings will focus on the causes of the continuing slowdown in global growth, and on what role slowing trade growth