World bankers see slowdown in West

Central bankers agreed Monday that the Western industrialized world faces a long period of painfully slow growth, but problems arising from recession and recycling of oil funds should not prove insurmountable. The bankers, gathered for the annual meeting of the Bank for International Settlements, said slow economic growth, with its implications of continuing unemployment and restricted of the need to continue the long fight against worldwide inflation.

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