The IMF sharply revised down its forecast for U.S. 2011 growth to 1.6% from a 2.5% forecast made just two months ago. It lowered the outlook for 2012 to 2% from 2.7% according to a draft of the IMF World Economic Outlook to be issued on September 20 and to which the Italian government agency ANSA had access.
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