Mauritian governor explores low-growth puzzle

Roi says government can't always “produce the proverbial rabbits out of its fiscal hat”

The governor of the Bank of Mauritius has said a "comprehensive package of bold reforms" is needed if the country is to return to higher rates of growth.

Speaking at the central bank's annual dinner with major stakeholders, Rameswurlall Basant Roi joined a growing crowd of central bankers who complain the economic policies that support long-run economic growth fall outside the province of central banks.

"If we really want to have sustained good growth back, we can only do it through exports of

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