'Present global crisis is comparable to Lehman shock of 2008'
A sudden stop and reversal of capital flow or hot money would hurt the Asian markets, he said.
ADB economist Sabyasachi Mitra pointed out Indonesia had already set up regulatory mechanisms years ago to hold capital flow for a period of six months to nine months for maintaining capital stability.
Such measures were now supported by the International Monetary Fund for economic stability though it had not done so in the past for freer economies, he said.
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