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Blogs - Nov 2014

Liquidity Glut, Infrastructure Finance Drought And Development Banks by Otaviano Canuto
Tue, 2014-11-11 19:45

The world economy faces huge infrastructure financing needs that are not being matched on the supply side. Emerging market economies, in particular, have had to deal with international long-term private debt financing options that are less supportive of infrastructure finance. While unconventional monetary policies in advanced countries in the aftermath of the global financial crisis have led to a global liquidity glut, some traditional sources of long-term finance have been strained and alternatives have not been able to adequately compensate.


The US post-elections
Wed, 2014-11-12 22:39

How will a Republican congress affect economic policy in the US.



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