World economy a shock away from full-blown crisis

World economy a shock away from full-blown crisis

Islamabad : Pakistan | Apr 17, 2011 at 10:37 PM PDT
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Global finance chiefs which is known as World Bank warned on Saturday that rising food prices, unanswered joblessness, Mideast turmoil and weak finances in advanced economies could still derail economic recovery so all should be aware.

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