Economic growth in developed countries slowed in the three months to September, but remains on course for a pickup in 2017 overall.
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development said Monday the combined economic output of its 35 members was 0.6% higher in the third quarter than in the three months through June. This was a slowdown from the 0.8% growth recorded in the second quarter.
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