Inversiones Extranjeras por Fondos de Pensiones: Efectos sobre la Política Macroeconómica
Chile, as most LDCs, has had a long experience with exchange controls. In general, they have been imposed during foreign exchange crises to prevent "capital flight" and then kept (in some looser form) once normal conditions have been restablished. Exchang
Volume (Year): 31 (1994)
Issue (Month): 93 ()
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