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Building Local Bond MarBuilding local currency bond markets has become an increasinglyimportant topic for emerging market countries, particularly since theAsian financial crisis. This book reviews why countries should consid-er building local currency corporate bond markets and how to evalu-ate what is needed and what might be developed. It includes eightcountry studies: Republic of Korea, Australia, Malaysia, India, Paki-stan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and Nepal. It is based on the IFC-spon-sored South Asia Debt Market Symposium held in October 1999 in SriLanka, which brought together regulators and market participantsfrom around Asia and other parts of the globe to discuss issues in de-veloping local markets. The book should provide valuable insights forcountries that are addressing these issues today.•
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