Monetary Stability as a Common Concern in International Law

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Monetary Stability as a Common Concern in International Law
Author : Lucía Satragno
File Size : 40,9 Mb
Publisher : World Trade Institute Advanced
Language : English
Release Date : 28 November 2022
ISBN : 9004508724
Pages : 228 pages
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Monetary Stability as a Common Concern in International Law by Lucía Satragno Book PDF Summary

"The international monetary system to which we aspire is one that preserves the gains of the past sixty-five years, without succumbing to its own instability. It is a system that maintains freedom of trade and current payments and that allows sharing more widely the benefits of financial globalization, appropriately regulated. It is a system where all countries recognize their stake in global stability and accept that near-term national objectives may, if needed, be constrained by the global interest. International cooperation is, in the long run, a necessary ingredient in the search for national prosperity. This should lead every country to look with a renewed sense of responsibility and discipline to the system as a whole. The G20 or a "G" of similar limited size, under the proposed renovated architecture, would be in a powerful position to promote the global common good, and to make it prevail, including, at times, against a narrow, short-term interpretation of national interests. The opportunity for the emergence of a fully fledged international monetary order is here at stake"--

Monetary Stability as a Common Concern in International Law

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