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IMF: Post-pandemic growth relies on these two things

Accelerated digitalization due to remote working has helped power productivity. Image: REUTERS/Hannah Beier

Lone Engbo Christiansen

Deputy Division Chief , Multilateral Surveillance Division, IMF Research Department

Ashique Habib

Economist, Research Department, IMF

Davide Malacrino

Economist, Research Department, IMF

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Intaginble investments have lead to a 4.5% rise in labor productivity in the past. Image: IMF
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