From Halifax to Lyons : What Has Been Done About Crisis Management?
At the Halifax Summit, in June 1995, the leaders of the G-7 countries proposed several steps to strenghen the international financial system and to apply the lessons taught by the Mexican crisis of 1994-95. Most of those steps have now been taken. They represent a cohesive response to the most challenging problem facing the international financial system - the risk that a country experiencing large capital inflows will have suddenly to cope with large outflows when market participants revise their views about the country's prospects.
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