The OECD slightly lowered its global growth forecast for 2021 on Wednesday and called for accelerating the distribution of vaccines and vaccination, as the Covid-19 pandemic regains strength with the emergence of a new variant.
The world economy could grow 5.6% this year, anticipates the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development in its interim outlook, down 0.1 point compared to previous forecasts in September.
She evokes "
very different economic realities
" between regions and believes that "
the recovery will remain precarious
" as long as we do not distribute the vaccines everywhere in the world.