Strengthening the System

Dallara, Charles
December 1998
Global Finance;Dec98, Vol. 12 Issue 12, p27
Trade Publication
Provides information on the consensus among public officials and principals of the private financial community to strengthen the global financial system architecture. Actions taken in response to the issue; What the stains in the global financial system in 1998 calls for; Issues to be dealt with in connection with the system's strengthening.


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