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Mexico and the World—Policy Complacency After Years of Disappointing Growth

In: A New Vision for Mexico 2042: Achieving Prosperity for All

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  • Claudio Loser

    (Centennial Group International and the Emerging Markets Forum)

  • Drew Arnold

    (Centennial Group International and the Emerging Markets Forum)

  • Y. Aaron Szyf

    (Centennial Group International and the Emerging Markets Forum)

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  • Claudio Loser & Harinder Kohli (ed.), 2012. "A New Vision for Mexico 2042: Achieving Prosperity for All," Books, Emerging Markets Forum, edition 1, number mexico2042eng, October.
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