OECD: Economic growth remains stable in the euro zone, but slows down in the USA, China and Japan

This year, the global economy will register an advance of 3.1%, compared to 3.7% estimated in November, but next year the growth will accelerate to 3.8%, according to OECD.

According to AGERPRES, the growth rate of the economy in the euro zone remained stable in August, but the revival loses ground in the largest global economies – USA, China and Japan – but also in the UK and Canada, shows a report published on Thursday by The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), report MarketWatch and Reuters.

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