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5 International Debt Crisis: Borrowers, Banks & The IMF

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  06 September 2018

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The current international debt crisis is a relatively new phenomenon and one that, imposed on a malfunctioning international monetary system, threatens a catastrophe far worse than that of the 1930s. Already several Third World countries are facing total economic collapse and political anarchy. How this came about, how the problem is being diagnosed, and what is being proposed to meet the crisis makes a sorry story indeed.

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