The global economy is stuck in a “low-growth trap,” according to an economic outlook from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Wednesday. It forecast economic growth of only 3 percent in 2016, level with the year prior, and called on governments to boost spending to help stimulate growth.
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