PARIS (AP) -- The global economy could easily slide back into recession if its major problems -- like U.S. budget standoffs and Europe's lack of jobs -- are left to fester, a leading international economic body said Tuesday.
In its half-yearly update, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development warned that the recovery will be "hesitant and uneven" over the coming two years and that a new major contraction cannot be ruled out.
"The world economy is far from being out of the woods," OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurr
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