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What would financial repression look like in EMs?

Several EMs in Latin America, as well as South Africa, Nigeria, India and Turkey could use financial repression policies to deal with the legacy of higher public debt burdens resulting from the coronavirus crisis. This Update explains what form these policies might take and the economic implications.

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