Exchange rate strategies in the Caricom region

Author(s): Worrell, DeLisle (1986)

Created 22 Jul, 1986
Categories Working Papers
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The paper discusses why it has not been possible to harmonise regional exchange rate movements; what the consequences of currency fluctuations were; what prospects there are for co-ordination and how we might better cope with diverse exchange rates. These topics are dealt with in the four sections of the paper. (The papers are still in draft and are subject to revision. Not to be quoted or reproduced without the expressed permission of the authors)

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