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it's an economic outlook that not many wanted to read optimism about an and still stand economic policies dampened by the o. e. c. these predictions for the world economy in the near future was than expected government growth and worryingly weak investment clouding an ever darkening macro picture but it's on the micro scale those here are really worried about i'm which is reporter joe flint hey at the o. e. c. d. forum and paris today's ministerial meeting will see the dutch and french feminist attends the focus of their conversations will be no on helping economies are helping people this year's theme looks at people and prosperity as far as what's go the not very specific especially for an organization focused , but according to secretary general annan , the particular concern to the twenty two to twenty five to thirty percent in the bottom , because they do not , and the problem is that , in your own education , because , and you do not have , then what happens you will perpetuate , duration of vulnerability of the family , yeah awesome discussing economic resilience the form is trying to reorient focus to the individual as debates about starting i'm living costs continue to grow ever louder in both the developed and the developing world's many hope this conversation occurs far beyond these hallways