Capital Flows in the APEC Region (Google eBook)
Mohsin S. Khan, Carmen Reinhart
International Monetary Fund, Oct 6, 1995 - Business & Economics - 76 pages
The developing economies of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) have been the recipients of a considerable volume of capital inflows in the 1990s. Given the increased integration of capital markets, it is not surprising that monetary control became more difficult for many developing APEC economies. Formulating an appropriate policy response has naturally been important. The three papers that make up this Occasional Paper each examine different aspects of these issues.
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APEC countries APEC developing countries Appendix Table Asia Asian APEC Asian countries assets Balance of Payments banking system billions of U.S. bond and equity borrowers capital account Capital Flows capital inﬂows capital markets central bank Chile Chile and Mexico commercial banks deposits emerging markets exchange rate appreciation ﬁnancial ﬁnancial institutions ﬁnancial system ﬁnancing ﬁrms ﬁscal foreign currency foreign direct investment foreign exchange foreign exchange market Hang Seng index Hong Kong IMF staff estimates increased Indonesia industrial countries interest rates International Bond Issues issuers Issues by APEC Korea Latin American countries lntemational Monetary Fund macroeconomic Malaysia ment Mexico mutual funds percent of GDP Philippines portfolio capital ﬂows portfolio ﬂows portfolio investment Province of China purchases real exchange rate recent reﬂect region reserve requirements risk signiﬁcant Singapore Source Stock Exchange stock market surge in capital Taiwan Province Thailand tion trading U.S. dollars various issues World Economic Outlook