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IMF sees higher inflation as supply chains and Omicron slow economic growth

Slow vaccination programmes in developing economies are hindering recovery, says the IMF. Image: UNSPLASH/Braňo

Emma Charlton

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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Slow vaccination programmes in many emerging-market and developing economies are hindering the recovery
Slow vaccination programmes in many emerging-market and developing economies are hindering the recovery. Image: World Economic Outlook
Medium output losses for emerging markets and developing economies are likely to be large.
Medium output losses for emerging markets and developing economies are likely to be large. Image: World Economic Outlook

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