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JPMorgan chief sees better times ahead for world economy

NEW YORK -- After seven years of subpar growth since the global financial crisis, the world economy appears poised to shake off its lethargy, according to Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase. Dimon sat down recently with the Nikkei to share his insights on the outlook for the world, and to discuss what he thinks sets the U.S. bank apart.

Q: How is the global economy doing, in your opinion? 

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