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On the “vaccine boost” to frontier economies

Frontier economies will receive only a relatively small direct economic boost from the roll-out of vaccines next year. But the indirect benefits via higher commodity prices, capital inflows and tourism spending will be more substantial. These indirect benefits should help to ease external vulnerabilities in a number of fragile frontiers.

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