Global economic growth is set to improve slightly next year but longer-term challenges inhibit stronger, more inclusive and more resilient economies, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development said Tuesday. The Paris-based think tank also said that the UK economy will lag behind other major economies due to the Brexit uncertainties.
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