Issues in International Exchange and Payments Systems

Issues in International Exchange and Payments Systems

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The global trend toward lilberalization in countries' international payments and transfer systems has been widespread in both industrial and developing countries and most dramatic in Central and Eastern Europe. Countries in general have brought their exchange systems more in line with market principles and moved toward more flexible exchange rate arrangements. This study updates previous studies published under the title Developments in International Exchange and Payments Systems.Member Date Direction Measure Philippines (continued) 06/22/92 Liberalization Portugal Sierra Leone Slovenia Solomon ... Tightening Liberalization Foreign exchange payments for principal, interest, fees, and related charges on foreign credit approved by ... These limits would also apply to the use of credit card accounts.

Title:Issues in International Exchange and Payments Systems
Author: Peter J. Quirk
Publisher:International Monetary Fund - 1995-04-13

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