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Global and regional financial integration: progress in emerging markets

  • Alicia Garcia-Herrero
  • Philip Wooldridge
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    In recent years efforts have been made to deepen financial links between emerging markets within individual regions. Such regional financial integration lags the integration of emerging markets with global markets, but authorities in Asia in particular are taking steps to accelerate the process.

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    Volume (Year): (2007)
    Issue (Month): (September)
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