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Fixing Global Finance by Kavaljit Singh

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Fixing Global Finance
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Publisher: Madhyam and SOMO
ISBN/ASIN: B005WDBDW4
Number of pages: 130

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The aim of this book is to encourage and stimulate a more informed debate on reforming the global finance. It examines recent developments and problems afflicting the global financial system. From a developing country perspective, it enunciates guiding principles and offers concrete policy measures to create a more stable, equitable and sustainable global financial system.

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