Natural Disasters; Mitigating Impact, Managing Risks
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KeywordsDisaster aid; Economic growth; Emergency assistance; Risk management; Fund role; Fund facilities; natural disasters; self-insurance; contingent financing; buffers; disaster; disasters; natural disaster; earthquake; International Monetary Arrangements and Institutions; Environment and Growth;
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