Emerging markets will need to look inwards for growth opportunities in the years ahead, as advanced economies will continue to grow below potential for a "relatively long period of time", Bank of Mexico governor Augustin Carstens said yesterday in Washington, DC.
"Even if the US [economy] is doing much better... emerging markets must find new ways to engineer growth, probably internally," Carstens said during a panel discussion at the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) joint annual meetings wit
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