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Here’s how governments can drive a sustainable recovery from COVID-19

The global fiscal support reached nearly $14 trillion as of end-December 2020 and has increased by $2.2 trillion since October 2020 Image: Pixabay/nattanan23

Vitor Gaspar

Director of the Fiscal Affairs Department, IMF

Raphael Lam

IMF Deputy Resident Representative for China, IMF

Paolo Mauro

Deputy Director, Fiscal Affairs Department, IMF

Mehdi Raissi

Senior Economist in the Fiscal Affairs Department, IMF

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In low-income countries, the fiscal policy response has been more restricted. Image: International Monetary Fund
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