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Developing countries facing new economic problems

by Martin Khor

22 May 2014

New economic problems are confronting several developing countries which faced sharp currency depreciation and capital outflows at the start of 2014. These are caused by the boom-bust cycles in capital flows originating in profit-seeking investor behaviour in developed countries.

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Turbulence in Emerging Economies: From Easy Money to Hard Landing?

by Yilmaz Akyuz

21 May 2014

Urgent steps are needed to deal with an economic crisis in the emerging economies.Once again, most specialists on international economic matters have been caught unawares. In fact, the signs of external financial fragility in several emerging economies have been visible since the beginning of the financial crisis in the US and Europe.

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Derivatives market continues to rise

by Kanaga Raja

19 May 2014

The outstanding notional amount of over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives totalled $710 trillion at the end of 2013, an increase from $693 trillion at end-June 2013 and $633 trillion at end-2012, the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) has said.

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Investor-State arbitration system needs ‘complete overhaul’

by Fauwaz Abdul Aziz

14 May 2014

A prominent international lawyer has launched a scathing critique of the international arbitration system that deals with investor-State disputes, calling for its "complete overhaul".

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G24: South calls for actions on the structural failures of international financial system,

by Bhumika Muchhala

12 May 2014

The G77 and China also affirmed the longstanding need for reform of the international financial architecture toward the objective of reshaping a financial and monetary system that reflects the realities of the 21st century.

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UNITED NATIONS: LATINAMERICAN CAUTIOUS AGAINST PARTNERSHIPS WITHOUT EFFECTIVE GOVERNANCE

by Bhumika Muchhala

10 May 2014

Debate over the role of the private sector, especially corporations and financial entities, is gaining momentum in the United Nations.

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The Debt Crisis : From Europe to Where?

by Damien Millet,Daniel Munevar, Eric Toussaint, Renaud Vivien

2 May 2014

Via internet, CADTM is very pleased to make this book, "Debt crisis from Europe to Where ?" published by VAK in Mumbai (India), available to a wide public. It may be freely copied by other sites and reproduced for non profit uses provided that a link to the CADTM website is clearly visible (www.cadtm.org). Feel free to send your comments and information on the personal or collective use you make of this book to info@cadtm.org. Your messages will be forwarded to the authors.

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ICELAND: Replacing the neoliberal model with a sustainable model

by Lilja Mósesdóttirheld

21 April 2014

Presentation held at the conference: „TOGETHER we can put an end to the problems of debt and austerity in Europe !” by the European Left, April, 10th, 2014, Brussels

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Stagnating economy, thriving finance

by Costas Lapavitsas

21 April 2014

The real issue, however, is whether mature economies are in long-term stagnation and not merely performing poorly after the crisis. Long-term stagnation is a very serious problem as incomes suffer, employment becomes weak, welfare declines, economic instability is exacerbated, and social tensions rise.

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The IMF and the World Bank: It’s time to replace them

by Eric Toussaint

5 October 2013

The IMF and the World Bank: It’s time to replace them
In 2014, the World Bank and the IMF will turn 70, and in October 2013, they will hold their usual annual meeting in Washington. Many organisations, including the CADTM, are joining together to call for a worldwide week of action against illegitimate debt and international financial institutions, from 8 to 15 October 2013. This article assesses the performance of the IMF and the World Bank, and offers ideas for a new international (...)

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