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India and Bretton Woods Ii

  title={India and Bretton Woods Ii},
  author={A. Mattoo and A. Subramanian},
  • A. Mattoo, A. Subramanian
  • Published 2008
  • The G-20 meeting in Washington on 15 November is an opportunity for India to help shape the new global economic architecture in line with its strategic interests. India should propose short-term crisis response actions and suggest a clear medium-term agenda. On the former, India needs to support globally coordinated actions to help limit the economic downturn, including a political commitment by all countries to keep markets open. The medium-term agenda would have, first, reforming the… CONTINUE READING

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