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        StatementAshgate Publishing
        PublishersAshgate Publishing
        LC ClassificationsOctober 2000
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 66 p. :
        Number of Pages55
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        ISBN 100754621650

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But even those with the best track record cannot rest on their laurels. As a result, we see lower working capital needs and fewer investment projects. One-third of our 15 emerging economies should still experience relatively high economic growth--and they are all in Asia--China, India, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Malaysia.

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But I think the policy response has tried to do that. But, by and large, this is a phenomena that depends on structural aspects, and from a macro policy point of view, what it can have the most incidence on is a fiscal policy.

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