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Which countries will take the longest to recover?

While we expect to see a sharp rebound in global activity once coronavirus-related restrictions are eased, GDP in most economies will still be below its pre-crisis path even after two or three years. In this Update, we discuss which economies are likely to see the longest lasting fall-out from the virus. For more detailed country forecasts, see our latest Global Economic Outlook.

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