2 edition of Transnational bank behaviour and the international debt crisis. found in the catalog.
Transnational bank behaviour and the international debt crisis.
by United Nations, Economic Commission for Latin American and the Caribbean in Santiago, Chile
Written in English
|Series||Estudios e informes de la CEPAL,, 76|
|Contributions||United Nations. Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean., Centre on Transnational Corporations (United Nations), Joint ECLAC/CTC Unit on Transnational Corporations.|
|LC Classifications||HJ8514.5 .T73 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||198 p. :|
|Number of Pages||198|
|LC Control Number||90101351|
The global financial crisis of provides a useful laboratory for exploring the transnational interaction of public and private authority. The crisis was preceded and provoked by a decades-long process in which states dismantled their controls on finance and relied . The financial crisis of led many observers to push for a separation of investment and commercial banking once again in the interest of financial stability. Westerhuis goes on to distinguish the motives for establishing market-based systems (U.S. and England) versus bank-based .
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In the early debt reschedulings, the banks demanded a substantial premium to compensate for the high risks of such lending. As a result, rescheduling increased the financial burden on the debtors. The average interest rate was the LIBOR (23) plus percent (24) and generous fees averaged percent of the loan. Editor's Note. The line-up of those involved in this $ billion fraudulent loan deal, now implicated in a case in the U.S. District Court of the Eastern District of New York, is multinational.
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Transnational bank behaviour and the international debt crisis. RECESION ECONOMICA, DEBT MANAGEMENT, EXTERNAL DEBT, TRANSNATIONAL BANKS. International debt crisis has become a defining feature of the contemporary world economy (Eatwell and Taylor, ).
International debt crisis arises when the sum of a borrower nation’s cross. Healey, N. () ‘The International Debt Crisis Eight Years On: An Interim Report’, Journal of Regional Policy, 2 Google Scholar International Monetary Fund (IMF) (–91) International Financial Statistics, Washington D.C.
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BEHAVIOUR AND THE INTERNATIONAL DEBT CRISIS (); Mudge, Restructuring Private and Public Sector Debt: Country Debt Structure, 20 INT'L. LAW. (); INTER-AMERICAN DE-VELOPMENT BANK, LATIN AMERICA SOVEREIGN DEBT MANAGEMENT: LEGAL AND REGU. Contagion is in this case local, but can also be international, when it is caused by the emergence of a systemic crisis in a country related through financial and trade channels.
Premature financial liberalization, together with inadequate preparation among bankers and supervisors, has also in the past triggered banking crises. 3 see p. nunnenkamp, the international debt crisis of third world, (). 4 Real interest rates charged to less developed countries (LDC's) jumped from 1% in to between and % inoil prices decreased from $ per barrel in to $ Transnational bank behaviour and the international debt crisis.
Santiago, Chile: United Nations, Economic Commission for Latin American and the Caribbean, (OCoLC) InTreasury Secretary James Baker announced the Baker Plan to address the debt crisis. The plan called for commercial banks to extend $20 billion in new loans, and for the debtor countries to enact reforms reducing government intervention in their economies.
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