Governance Re-invented

Governance Re-invented

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Wide-ranging reforms of the financial sector were undertaken by many developing economies in the ESCAP region, particularly in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The reforms were primarily designed to liberalize the then repressed state of financial intermediation - a condition widely perceived to have been a stumbling block in the path towards a more efficient mobilization and more transparent allocation of both domestic and external financial resources. In the year following the 1997 crisis, measures for the reform and liberalization of the financial sector in a large number of ESCAP developing countries were examined at some length. Four country studies, together with a regional overview paper were presented by ESCAP at a subregional seminar held at Korea University in Seoul. This publication contains these country studies as well as a report on the seminar proceedings.Within a short period of time, Astra Intemational emerged as Indonesiaa#39;s largest importer and assembler of motor ... in plantation, 19 companies in financial services, 4 companies in telecommunication, and a number of other businesses.

Title:Governance Re-invented
Author: United Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific
Publisher:United Nations Publications - 2001

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