World Bank forecasts slower growth


In its latest report, Global Economic Prospects, the World Bank has lowered its forecasts for the global economy in 2012.

It warns that the impact of the eurozone crisis and weakening growth will impact developing countries.

The report's author warns developing countries to "hope for best but prepare for the worst".

Andrew Burns, Manager of Global Macroeconomics and lead author of the report, has been speaking to the BBC.

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