Future of Consumption

This could be the key to increased growth and lower poverty in Asia

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Mind the gap. Image: REUTERS/Adnan Abidi

Sarwat Jahan
Senior Economist, International Monetary Fund
Elena Loukoianova
Deputy Division Chief, International Monetary Fund
Cormac Sullivan
Research Assistant, International Monetary Fund
Yongzheng Yang
Resident Representative to the Philippines, International Monetary Fund
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