China's growth set to drive global economy in post-pandemic years

The U.S. and India will be the second and third-biggest contributors to global growth in the period, according to the IMF, with Japan and Germany rounding out the top five

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China will drive global economic growth in the coming years as the world recovers from an pandemic that’s killed 2.9 million people, the International Monetary Fund predicts.

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First Published: Apr 7 2021 | 8:46 AM IST

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