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By Shahid Javed Burki

Analyzes Mexico's Dec. 1994 forex devaluation and influence of ensuing main issue on different nations within the area. Contends that main issue acted as a 'wake-up name, ' prompting many nations to enforce coverage reforms--Handbook of Latin American stories, v. fifty seven

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