Commonwealth Finance Ministers Reference Report 2008
The Commonwealth Finance Ministers Reference Report is an annual publication providing Commonwealth Finance Ministers with a central source of information regarding macro- and micro- financial issues and trade relations that affect Commonwealth nations. It includes case studies of successful projects with transferable solutions, articles on the key issues discussed at the Finance Ministers Meeting and in-depth analyses from economic experts within the financial community. This volume was produced for the Finance Ministers Meeting in Guyana, held in Castries, Saint Lucia, from 6-8th October 2008.
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