By  on December 19, 2013

GENEVA — World output is forecast to grow by 3 percent in 2014, up from this year’s weak 2.1 expansion, spurred by “continuing improvements” led by stronger growth in the United States, and an end to the protracted euro zone recession, a U.N. report published Wednesday predicts.

Growth in global trade is also expected to expand next year by 4.7 percent, up from this year’s 2.3 percent.

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