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Reuters Asks: What is the biggest threat to global growth?

Wednesday, May 07, 2014 - 02:14

May 7 - Amid increasing tensions in Ukraine, a continued Chinese slowdown and general talk of market uncertainty, Reuters asks speakers at the OECD Forum to discuss the biggest threats to global growth.

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And it means it's really China I I think. We know less about China that we thing. And that deceleration in China for an image and economy. Com Maliki that and it is he's. Determined so that's that's the name is facing a soft landing trying to. The big issue. I think that. The fine line winter and in -- Inflation and interest rates. And the competitive the companies that this is what did you have been. Definitely the geopolitical risk of people who -- these culprits. You have to be taken into account forward -- to -- that so for me the highs for the people -- is -- he went. This. Called for them maybe. He -- the reigning world. Government has to -- fuel company's principal economic policy. -- He you can use the example is there are immigrants and uncertainty. It's the biggest risk at the moment that's very view because nobody knows what will happen in the next few months in the stabilization is variable. The biggest risk is that because of complacency. He reform efforts in many parts of the world week. And therefore the state of euphoria which now we're seeing in financial markets. Blows up very -- I think there is a continuing. Threat. Except for the reliance agree on high standards for the international rating system guys -- If there is any kind of people. And making errors they're making errors on the side of conservatism. And that. She knows things down nobody's these big risks. Nobody's been holding off at this point in time to bets on the future -- that's a big.

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Reuters Asks: What is the biggest threat to global growth?

Wednesday, May 07, 2014 - 02:14