Mexico price shocks transitory, inflation to slow-Carstens
MEXICO CITY May 7 (Reuters) - Recent Mexican price shocks are transitory, expectations are well anchored and inflation should fall below 4 percent relatively quickly, Mexico's Central Bank Governor Agustin Carstens said on Tuesday.
Carstens said Mexican companies should take advantage of investor appetite to issue more debt. And structural reforms will help economies retain capital when the interest rates of avanced economies rise, he added.
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