Next Financial Crisis Could Overwhelm World's Defenses, IMF SaysBy
Fund paper sounds alarm on fragmentation of global safety net
High capital-flow volatility has become the norm, board told
The global financial safety net has become increasingly fragmented, making it harder to respond to crises in a world roiled by volatile capital flows, International Monetary Fund staffers warned.
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