Bloomberg View: How to Slow the Flow of Hot Money

To make capital controls more effective, the world needs a new set of rules
High-rise apartment buildings in Sao Paulo Photograph by Marcus Koppen/Gallery Stock

Until recently, respectable opinion frowned on all barriers to money flowing across borders. Today, the old thinking has been overturned. Sometimes, it’s agreed, capital controls are necessary.

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