FSB-IMF report calls for action on external debt

US dollar

Authorities in emerging market economies (EMEs) have so far been able to manage instability arising from external debts, but they have not fixed the underlying problems, a report warns.

Published today (April 26), the joint study by the Financial Stability Board and International Monetary Fund explores how US dollar debt has grown as a source of financing for governments and corporations in EMEs. Although these capital inflows have supported EMEs during calmer times, they have a tendency to

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