OECD Economic Outlook, Volume 2009 Issue 1
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OECD Economic Outlook, Volume 2009 Issue 1

This June 2009 issue of OECD's twice-yearly OECD Economic Outlook provides analysis of recent economic developments and economic projections for OECD and major non-OECD countries through the end of 2010. Its comprehensive statistical annex is a useful reference tool for international economic comparisons. This issue finds that a recovery is in sight but that damage from the crisis is likely to be long-lasting.
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Publication Date :
24 June 2009
DOI :
10.1787/eco_outlook-v2009-1-en
 
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Pages :
67–72
DOI :
10.1787/eco_outlook-v2009-1-4-en

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The US economy is going through a severe and protracted recession which is projected to bottom out later this year, as fiscal and monetary support takes hold and the housing cycle bottoms out. In 2010, even after a recovery gets under way, GDP growth is likely to remain weak because of the slowdown in capital accumulation, negative wealth effects and still adverse, albeit improving, financial conditions. In this environment, a considerable degree of economic slack, especially in the labour market, is likely to persist over the projection period, bringing inflation to very low rates.
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