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Eurodad: Experts argue the world can learn from Latin American experience
December 15th, 2011
Regulating cross-border financial flows can contribute to financial stability and help countries develop, according to new research to be published on 15 December by the Bretton Woods Project and Latindadd. The report find that sudden surges and stops in cross-border financial flows, which have been increasing in frequency, risk generating new financial crises in both rich and poor countries.
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Illicit Financial Flows out of Latin America
January 21st, 2011
Mexico and Venezuela Lead Region with Most Illicit Outflows The Center for International Policy's (CIP) Global Financial Integrity program (GFI) released a new report this week that estimates the quantity and patterns of illicit financial flows coming out of developing countries. The report, "Illicit Financial Flows from Developing Countries, 2000-2009," (PDF) finds that approximately $6.5 trillion was removed from the developing world from 2000 through 2008, averaging $725 billion to $810 billion per year. Most notable for Latin America, the new GFI report, authored by Dev Kar and Karly Curcio, places both Mexico...
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