The chief economist of The Dreyfus Corporation said Wednesday that world growth will slow down again in 2012, based on International Monetary Fund calculation methods.

Growth will slow from 5 percent two years ago and 3.7 percent last year to 3 percent in 2012, said Richard Hoey at a Dreyfus investment outlook event in New York. This will constitute a "global growth recession,'' he said.

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