IIF pushes emerging market principles at IMF


The letter notes that sharp declines experienced on capital markets worldwide earlier this year and the current crisis in the US sub-prime mortgage sector: "have signalled prospects of a return to risk aversion" and "created an unusual sense of unease and anxiety amidst prosperity" since "the instruments have not been tested during times of stress."

Moreover, investment in emerging markets has increased from $100 billion in 2002 to more than $500 billion in 2005 and 2006, which the IIF suggests

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