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CBDCs in emerging market economies

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BIS Papers No 123 - Papers in this volume were prepared for a meeting of emerging market Deputy Governors organised by the Bank for International Settlements on 9–10 February 2022.

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BIS Papers No 123 - Papers in this volume were prepared for a meeting of emerging market Deputy Governors organised by the Bank for International Settlements on 9–10 February 2022.
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