When the IMF can't & the market won't

Bosworth, Barry
June 1998
Brookings Review;Summer98, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p39
Academic Journal
Expresses some practical steps for developing countries in Asia to protect themselves against the financial crisis. Role of the international community; Reassessment of policy options; How the developing countries could control some of the risks of a currency crisis; Role of the International Monetary Fund.


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