The role of the International Monetary Fund in promoting financial stability - a Swiss perspective

23/11/2004 | Jean-Pierre Roth

Speech by Mr Jean-Pierre Roth, Chairman of the Governing Board of the Swiss National Bank, at a meeting with directors of the most important Swiss firms in Argentina, Buenos Aires

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