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Argentine convertibility is it a relevant precedent for the dollarization process in Ecuador? by Alfredo Eric Calcagno

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Published by United Nations, ECLAC, Statistics and Economic Projections Division in Santiago, Chile .
Written in English


  • Currency convertibility -- Argentina,
  • Dollar, American -- Argentina,
  • Currency convertibility -- Ecuador,
  • Dollar, American -- Ecuador,
  • Monetary policy -- Argentina,
  • Monetary policy -- Ecuador

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Edition Notes

Other titlesIs it a relevant precedent for the dollarization process in Ecuador?
StatementAlfredo Calcagno, Sandra Manuelito
SeriesSerie Estudios estadísticos y prospectivos -- 15
ContributionsManuelito, Sandra, United Nations. Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean. Statistics and Economic Projections Division
The Physical Object
Pagination41 p. :
Number of Pages41
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15337734M
ISBN 109213213126

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