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This quantity contains reports by way of top study students within the usa and Asia on Asia’s debt capital markets. The e-book is exclusive in drawing upon the learn, event and views of specialists from the tutorial, criminal, governmental and sensible funding fields. They determine the dangers and possibilities, and methods for constructing those markets. The authors undertake a multidisciplinary technique, encompassing economics, finance and legislations.
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Third, diversification of assets vmder management by institutional investors is precluded by the absence of a long-term capital market and lack of long-term investment products. Fourth, government regulation or restrictions on pension fimds or investment criteria of insurance companies are hampering the development of the institutional investor base. Third, many economies are controlling and regulating capital flows in diverse ways. For the most part, governments cannot completely resfrain the entire flow of cross-border capital by means of capital controls, but controls can raise the cost of capital flows to such a degree that specific types of capital flows are suppressed.
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1. S. S. Similarly, domestic debt as a share of GDP ranges between 30 percent and 91 percent in Asia, whereas domestic bonds outstanding are more than 160 percent of US GDP (Table 3). However, Asian markets are not homogenous in terms of size and composition, as seen in Table 3. The size in terms of dollar value of outstanding issues of the domestic bond markets of these economies varies considerably. As of September of 2004, South Korea has the largest market at $568 billion, followed quite closely by China's market at $483 billion.