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IMF leader suggests fiscal, monetary action to deal with faltering global economy

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IMF leader suggests fiscal, monetary action to deal with faltering global economy

Official says that risks to global growth have risen since downgraded projections in January.

David Lipton, formerly an executive at CITI and now first deputy managing director at the International Monetary Fund, is calling on a three-pronged policy approach from the world’s major economic powers to sustain and spur global economic growth in a time of increasing volatility.

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