Part one of World Economic Survey 1960 discusses the role of saving for economic growth in the world economies, as well as its sources and trends. Part two of the Survey covers the economic events of 1960 and early 1961, summarizing the principal developments in the world economies, including trade and production in all major regions, as well as institutional changes in the centrally planned economies. Part 1. Saving for economic growth: its sources and trends -- Chapter 1. Saving for economic growth in the industrial countries -- Chapter 2. Saving for economic development in the under-developed countries -- Chapter 3. Saving for economic development in the centrally planned economies -- Part 2. Current economic development -- Chapter 4. Recent trends in the industrial countries -- Chapter 5. Recent trends in primary exporting countries -- Chapter 6. Recent trends in centrally planned economies.