Australia’s top forecasting agency says world economic growth will moderate to 3.7% in 2011, after an estimated 4.6% gain this year. The Australian Bureau of Agriculture and Resource Economics and Science (ABARES) says emerging economies, particularly China and India, are expected to remain the drivers of world growth, while there are concerns about prospects for major Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development economies. In its latest commodities report, ABARES says after a ...
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