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Money Daily Brief: World economy to grow faster in 2010, IMF says

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(Read caption) Employees work at the assembly line of Positivo Computers, Brazil's largest computer producer, in Curitiba. The International Monetary Fund is raising its growth forecast for Brazil in 2010.

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Faster global recovery: The International Monetary Fund will boost its 2010 world economic growth forecast to 3.1 percent from 2.5 percent, its managing deputy director said. A survey of economists projected Brazil's GDP will rise 4.5 percent in 2010, up from 4.2 percent predicted a week earlier. But an IMF report warned of a significant lurch in the global recession due to tight credit and tougher lending rules of banks. It estimated that the global financial crisis would cause $3.4 trillion in bank losses for the 2007-10 period.


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