Episode 38: Emerging market sovereign default risk - and international moves to avoid them
27 March 2020 12:03 Brian Lawson
This episode looks at how the dual shocks of COVID-19, and falling energy, and natural resource prices are pushing Emerging Market countries towards default - and how the IMF and World Bank plan to alleviate these pressures.
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