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Text of report in English by Japan's largest news agency Kyodo
Tokyo, October 9: The International Monetary Fund and World Bank started their joint annual meetings Tuesday [9 October] in Tokyo, with nearly 20,000 government and private-sector officials and central bankers expected to gather to discuss issues ranging from the eurozone crisis and the slowing global economy to measures to support developing nations.
The week-long event, involving a number of conferences, debates and seminars, will also highlight efforts to limit the economic impact of natural disasters, with the Japanese government co-hosting a meeting on Tuesday and Wednesday in the region worst affected by the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami.
The IMF released its latest World Economic Outlook report …