International Monetary-Financial System and Economic Cooperation in Pacific Basin Countries

  • Y. Onitsuka


The purpose of this paper is to analyze and discuss the basic problems and difficulties of the international monetary-financial system the Pacific Basin countries face at present, and to explore the possible pattern of financial cooperation among these countries that will be instrumental in overcoming these problems.


Financial Market Current Account Current Account Surplus Political Business Cycle International Financial Market 
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