IMF urges developing nations to consider capital controls

Economists at the International Monetary Fund suggested that developing markets consider controlling capital inflow through taxes and regulation to avoid asset bubbles and other issues. The IMF said emerging markets with such controls have weathered the economic downturn better than their peers. The advice is a reversal from the IMF's opposition to capital controls.

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