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Countries with fundamentally sound economic policies can easily find themselves caught up in episodes of global financial instability through no fault of their own. Beyond seeking to self-insure against such episodes through accumulating large stocks of foreign exchange reserves, nations can also avail themselves of various financial safety nets to obtain external liquidity support. Such safety nets include the recently introduced
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