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Session 24
Monetary Policies: Back to Normal
Location: (ICC, Level 1, Dong Yu Grand Ballroom B)
Time: 09:00 - 10:15

-Major economies have, are or prepare to quit monetary easing and get back to normal. Do economic growth and inflationary pressures support such a shift, or it’s just out of fear of the unintended consequences or risks of prolonged unconventional monetary policies?
-History shows that tightening is much harder and risky than expansion, often leading to contraction of the economy or disruption of recovery. Are there proven exit strategies? What can we learn from past failures?
-In tightening monetary policies, developed countries need to take into account the spillover effects for emerging markets. G20 offers a valuable platform for developed and developing economies to coordinate policies. What can G20 do to curb such adverse effects?






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