The International Monetary Fund has issued its External Sector Report for 2017, and among its key findings: “Global current account imbalances were broadly unchanged in 2016…” The U,S. continues to record the largest deficit, 1.7 billion, which is equal in value to 2.4% of U.S. GDP. The continuing deficits contribute to the increase in the ...
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