|データ名：||World Economic Situation and Prospects|
|公表：||国連貿易開発会議（UNCTAD（アンクタッド）:United Nations Conference on Trade and Development）|
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The global recovery has been dragged down by the developed economies
World gross product (WGP) is forecast to expand by 3.1 per cent in 2011 and 3.5 per cent
The recovery may, however, suffer setbacks and slow to below 2 per cent, while
some developed economies may slip back into recession if several of the downside risks
Among the developed economies, the United States of America has been on
the mend from its longest and deepest recession since the Second World War, but has
nonetheless been experiencing the weakest recovery pace in history. Although the level of
gross domestic product (GDP) will return to its pre-crisis peak by 2011, a full recovery
of employment will take at least another four years. Growth in many European countries
will also remain low; drained by drastic fiscal cuts, some may continue to be in recession.
Growth in Japan will also decelerate notably.