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EMs: counting the cost of a strong dollar

The strong dollar environment is particularly worrying for those EMs with large dollar debts, including parts of Latin America, Turkey and many frontier markets. But it’s also a concern for countries with large current account deficits (including parts of Central Europe). More broadly, at the margin, it may extend EM central banks’ tightening cycles a little further.

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