Paying the Price

Clausen, A. W.
July 1990
Vital Speeches of the Day;7/15/90, Vol. 56 Issue 19, p586
Presents a speech by A.W. Clausen, Chairman of the Executive Community of BankAmerica Corporation, delivered before the Swiss-American Chamber of Commerce, Zurich, Switzerland, May 3, 1990. The implications of financing the development of market economies in Central and Eastern Europe; The need for economic reforms to proceed a step at a time, but also be decisive and coordinated; Requirements for economic change; Need for economic policies to promote sustainable economic growth.


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