Dombret asks what form of international economic co-ordination is viable

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Andreas Dombret

An executive board member of the Deutsche Bundesbank has said “a realistic middle ground” between populist nationalism and “hyper-globalisation” is needed to foster viable global market liberalisation.

Speaking in Tokyo on May 22, Andreas Dombret said countries should continue to focus on co-operating and harmonising regulation “where possible” but that achieving full global market liberalisation along with democracy and national sovereignty is impossible.

“If we choose full economic

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