Government Bond Market Development in Asia

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Yun-hwan Kim
Asian Development Bank, 2001 - Business & Economics - 690 pages
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In-depth studies were conducted in 10 developing countries (DMCs) to determine the feasibility of developing markets for government bonds and to identify impediments to their development. The country studies included a review and analysis of fiscal and monetary policy and management, the state of government bond markets, the feasibility and appropriateness of issuing government bonds at market rates, and the creation of benchmark yield curve. These studies also identified measures that will help develop secondary bond markets. The results of the study will help pinpoint specific problem areas in bond market development and identify appropriate policy measures in DMCs.

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Expanding Longterm Financing Through Bond
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Australia
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Japan
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Yun-Hwan Kim is assistant chief economist in the development indicators and policy research division of the economics and research department of the Asian Development Bank.

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