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Davos 2020: Here's what you need to know about the global economy

The global economy is at a "tipping point", according to the Forum's latest Global Competitiveness Report. Image: REUTERS/Issei Kato

Christopher Alessi

Digital Editor, World Economic Forum

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The IMF lowered its economic growth forecast for 2020.
The IMF lowered its economic growth forecast for 2020.
Income inequality is one of the biggest trends shaping the global economy.
Income inequality is one of the biggest trends shaping the global economy.
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