China, U.S., Japan, and France to Lead Global Economic Growth

The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development expects China, the U.S., Japan, and France to lead global economic growth in the coming months.

 

The OECD's composite leading indicator (CLI) of economic activity in its 33 members rose to 102.8 in November from 102.6 in October, its third straight monthly increase--sign of an increasing pace of economic expansion.

 

The CLIs for China, the United States, France and Japan show clear signs of accelerating economic activity, while the one for Russia points strongly to steady expansion, according to the OECD.

 

 

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