IMF-World Bank Meetings, L.A. Bottleneck, New Tariffs: Eco Day



Zoe Schneeweiss | Bloomberg

The world economy is on course for its fastest growth in more than a half century this year, yet differences and deficiencies could hold it back from attaining its pre-pandemic heights any time soon

The guardians of the global economy will gather this week, one year into the pandemic, to assess the damage and chart a path forward: The International Monetary Fund and World Bank spring meetings will take place virtually for a second year starting on Monday. 

The U.S. is pressing ahead with plans to hit six nations that tax Internet-based companies with retaliatory tariffsthat could total almost $1 billion annually

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