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How to beat the economic low growth trap and Iran's data directive

How to beat the economic low growth trap and Iran's data directive
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Business Line explores the OECD's warning that the global economy is in a 'low growth trap' and Tehran wants foreign social media to move its citizens' data onto servers inside Iran.

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As the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development warned the global economy is stuck in a “low growth trap” Business Line explores why that is and how it can be changed.

Our guest is OECD Chief Economist Catherine Mann who tells Euronews that such weak levels of growth mean young people are being deprived of job opportunities and older people will not get the healthcare and pension benefits they should.

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Global #economy stuck in low-growth trap; govts need to act to keep promises https://t.co/Ie5iQMp035#OECDwk Outlook pic.twitter.com/Mu9iLNIkDV

— OECD (@OECD) 1 giugno 2016

= She also explains why the OECD thinks Britain leaving the EU would be a bad thing for its economy and those of other European countries.

And in our IT segment, we explain the concerns around the authorities in Tehran ordering foreign social media to move Iranian citizens’ data onto servers inside the country.

#Iran closes borders on #messagingapps#censorship#Telegram#SocialMedia#Appshttps://t.co/fErcXUTYrxpic.twitter.com/istKNlvlLG

— Iranprobe (@Iran_probe) June 1, 2016

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