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Governments should test capital controls, agree experts
November 04, 2010
The debate over whether capital controls work remains inconclusive, even as emerging market countries attempting to head off inflows of hot money. However the frosty attitude of institutions such as the International Monetary Fund to such controls is thawing.
The adamant opposition of international agencies such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to capital controls is beginning to wane in the face of the capital inflows targeting several emerging markets.
There remains a lack of empirical data about the...
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