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  • A global slowdown in growth and stickier inflation risks persist, but some pockets of resilience remain, said Moody's Investors Service.

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An aerial view shows the Central Bank of India building, in Mumbai, India, 28 September, 2022. (Photo by Niharika Kulkarni/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

The global economy is set to slow down as inflation remains stickier than expected — but there may be some "pockets of resilience," according to Moody's Investors Service.

"We're expecting globally a slowdown in growth, and that will have an impact on [emerging markets] Asia through trade conditions as well as access to financing in the region," Marie Diron, managing director for global sovereign and sub-sovereign risk at Moody's Investors Service, told CNBC Thursday.

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