In the second half of 2002, the world economy stands at a delicate juncture. After a year of the weakest performance in a decade, global economic recovery is under way. However, neither the strength, nor the breadth, nor the durability of the recovery is assured. Part one of the World Economic and Social Survey 2002 investigates the causes of the pervasive slowdown in 2001, as well as the driving forces for and the threats to the recovery.

Related Subject(s): Economic and Social Development
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