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Ukraine war will have ‘lasting consequences on global economy’: IMF

By France24
11 March 2022   |   5:36 pm
Ukraine war will have 'lasting consequences on global economy': IMF. Russia's invasion of Ukraine has sparked a massive humanitarian and economic crisis. Gita Gopinath, First Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, tells France 24 the war will also have 'lasting consequences on the global economy.'

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