A panel of more than 1,100 corporate and academic economists from all parts of the world today registered a slight deterioration in the world economic climate for the fourth time in succession in a quarterly global economic survey conducted by the International Chamber of Commerce and the Munich-based Ifo economic research institute.
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The unusually robust expansion of the world economy will flag somewhat, according to the results of the latest ICC/Ifo World Economic Survey (WES).
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