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Le regole del capitale globale

CAMBRIDGE – E’ ufficiale. Il Fondo Monetario Internazionale ha approvato il controllo sui capitali legittimando l’utilizzo delle imposte e di altre misure di restrizione sui flussi finanziari transnazionali.  

Poco tempo fa, l’FMI aveva spinto i paesi, ricchi e  poveri, ad aprirsi ai finanziamenti stranieri. Ora ha riconosciuto la realtà dei fatti, ovvero che la globalizzazione finanziaria può essere distruttiva e indurre a crisi finanziarie e a movimenti valutari economicamente sfavorevoli.

Quindi eccoci di fronte all’ennesima svolta nell’infinita saga della relazione di odio e amore con il controllo dei capitali.

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