The governor of Bank Negara Malaysia, Zeti Akhtar Aziz, has outlined the need for countries to adapt to a "new global landscape" following the financial crisis.
Zeti said countries around the world – particularly advanced economies – were "unwinding the excesses" that had built up before the financial crisis, which was putting a brake on growth. To return to growth, she said policy-makers needed to make structural reforms as well as build a stronger global regulatory framework.
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