"The fiscal reforms are going to provide a great opportunity for growth," Rato told reporters during a visit to Mexico.
"If current projections place economic growth over the next few years at around 4 per cent, then we are talking about the economy expanding well above that level, at around 6 per cent," he said.
Rato told reporters tax
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