Mar 7, 11 •
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Developing Economies, Money and Monetary Policy •
Elaine Schwartz •
A ship carrying freshly printed Libyan currency was intercepted near the coast of Great Britain. Assuming that it would be used to fund the Gaddafi regime, the British seized the cash and stored it in a “secure location.” Like many nations, Libya
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