According to Reuters, global finance officials on Saturday said that trade disputes and tighter financial conditions are among the top threats to a slowing world economy, urging countries to take steps to shore up growth. Officials said that the global expansion, now seen at its most sluggish pace in three years, is likely to firm up next year. The International Monetary Fund’s steering committee said that this week’s proceedings kicked off with the IMF cutting its global growth outlook for the third time in six months.

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