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Selected International Policy Issues on Private Market Financing for Developing Countries

  • Edmar L. Bacha

Abstract

This chapter surveys selected international policy measures which might contribute to the sustainability of recent capital inflows to some middleincome developing countries. The policy recommendations are divided into four groups, addressing respectively the multilateral decision-making process, the industrial countries, international financial institutions, and the problems of the small and low-income developing countries without access to private capital flows.

Keywords

Foreign Direct Investment International Monetary Fund Capital Flow Capital Inflow International Capital Market 
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© Gerry Helleiner, Shahen Abrahamian, Edmar Bacha, Roger Lawrence and Pedro Malan 1995

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