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Among the first columns:
- Saving Africa: improved trade preferences should be high on the agenda – Paul Collier and Tony Venables
- Combating child labour: reducing rich countries’ protectionist policies will be far more effective than bans – Guillermo de la Dehesa
- Inflation targeting has made exchange rate crises a thing of the past – Andrew Rose
- Massive growth of foreign exchange reserves is an insurance policy for developing countries – Charles Wyplosz
- Unwinding global imbalances: likely effects on the European economy – Philip Lane and Gian Maria Milesi-Ferretti
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