The Constructive Role of Private Creditors. - Ethics & International Affairs

The Constructive Role of Private Creditors.

By Ethics & International Affairs

  • Release Date: 2003-10-01
  • Genre: Politics & Current Events
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During the past couple of years, policy-makers in Washington and other capitals of G-7 countries have been flogging the idea that the functioning of the world's financial markets must be improved by making it easier for insolvent governments, especially in emerging markets, to obtain debt relief from their bondholders and bankers. Most savvy investors, financial intermediaries, and emerging-market government officials, however, are at a loss to understand why the G-7 and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) believe the international financial system would function better if there were specific mechanisms to facilitate sovereign bankruptcies.

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