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International Financial Services Sectors in Small Vulnerable Economies

Challenges and Prospects

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Looks at current trends in financial regulation and supervision and particularly their impact on small vulnerable economies. The papers examine the following areas: trends in international financial regulation and supervision; political strategies for protecting Small States’ interests in global regulatory reform; sustainable capital markets and regional integration (the case of the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union) and international cooperation on taxation. For policymakers and researchers.

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Sustainable Capital Markets and Regional Integration: The Case of the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union

The countries of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), eight of whom form the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU) have embarked on a process of money and capital market development which is calculated to achieve the establishment of sustainable capital markets through deeper financial integration.

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