Beware of great expectations

Downturn: the IMF's annual meeting warned that slowing growth in China poses a threat to the global economy. Credit: International Monetary Fund

COMMENT: The leaders of the major economies are hoping that next year will be better than 2015 is turning out to be as the stock markets crash around us, wars engulf us in more places than can be rushed to and consumers remain wary of their future. However, the signs ...

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