In its latest estimate measure released on Wednesday, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) indicated that 2017’s stagflation will not be extended into this year.
We won't have a repeat of 2017's "stagflation".
Sees a return to inflation in 2018
The growth estimate measure showing that advanced economies' output gap will turn positive in 2018 - after nearly a decade of negative output gap estimates.
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