Despite this welcome optimism after such a challenging period, the economic recovery will be uneven, with many emerging markets facing vaccine shortages, high public debt, and the risk of capital outflows, when the U.S. Federal Reserve and other central banks begin tightening. The global recovery is, therefore, following a K-shaped recovery, with the poorest countries expected to grow slower than rich ones for only the third time in 25 years.
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