Open Market Operations: Its Nature and Extent in the SEACEN Countries
This study examines critically the nature and extent of open market operations (OMO) in the SEACEN countries and suggest policy measures which can contribute to their further development. It also investigates the prerequisites and conditions for effective implementation of OMO in this region.
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