Baku. 14 April. REPORT.AZ/ The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned that global growth remains moderate, with "uneven prospects" across the main countries and regions.
Report informs referring to the BBC,compared with 2014, it says the outlook for advanced countries is improving, but growth in emerging and developing economies is projected to be lower.
It says there will be weaker prospects in 2015 for some oil-exporting nations.
The IMF's World Economic Outlook said growth was likely to be 3.5% this year, in line with its January forecast.
Despite the sluggish outlook for 2015, it said growth in emerging markets is expected to pick up in 2016, which will drive an increase in global growth next year to 3.8%.