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Turkey, Argentina and the parallels with 2018

The recent pressure on the Argentine peso and the Turkish lira has echoes of the currency crises both countries suffered in 2018. But there are also some important differences which mean that, even if Turkey and Argentina were to suffer outright currency crises, the fallout for other EMs would be much less severe.

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