IMF: global economic growth will be disappointing in 2016

Continue . And babysit - said Director of the International Monetary Fund Christine Lagarde in an article published in the German newspaper Handelsblatt that the growth of the world economy will be "disappointing" next year.
Lagarde believes that the likelihood of higher interest rates in the United States and economic slowdown in China in the case of factors contribute to uncertainty and increase the risk of a weak economy around the world.

She said Lagarde that "In addition, the growth of world trade slowed down a lot and create falling prices of raw materials problems for the economies that depend primarily upon", while the financial sector still suffers from weaknesses in many countries, and the increasing financial risk in emerging markets.

Lagarde said, "All of this means that global growth will be disappointing and uneven in 2016," noting that "the weakness of production, aging societies, and the effects of the global financial crisis are all factors that inhibit growth."

Lagarde said that "the beginning of the return of US monetary policy to normal, China and the shift towards consumption-led growth and alter the essential health centers, but there is a need to Ajraihma as accurately as possible the efficiency and smoothness."

Lagarde pointed to "the existence of possible side effects added to the likelihood of higher interest rates has already contributed to the increased cost of funding to some borrowers, including emerging markets."

Lagarde warned that the "lifting of US interest rates and the strength of the dollar may lead to a faltering companies and its failure to pay has become infected countries and banks." N // m