Global Imbalances--Just How Dangerous?

Little, Bruce; Lafrance, Robert
March 2006
Bank of Canada Review;Spring2006, p3
Trade Publication
Discusses the implications of global imbalances in Asia. Debate over global imbalances; Consequences of the integration of emerging market economies in globalization efforts; Global and local perspectives on imbalances.


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