WASHINGTON -- World finance leaders meeting in Washington have come out with a somber assessment of the global economy.
They say the recovery remains uneven, and that growth and jobs are in short supply.
The steering committee for the 188-nation International Monetary Fund said in a statement Saturday that decisive action is needed to boost growth.
But the leading world economies are at odds over the best combination of policies to pursue.
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