Overexposed: U.S. Banks Confront The Third World Debt Crisis

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Overexposed: U.S. Banks Confront The Third World Debt Crisis

By Raul L. Madrid
Westview Press, 1992
260 pp. $46.50
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This useful, clearly written book's main contributions to a now familiar story are these: a steady focus on the changes in bank aims; a critical discussion of country risk analysis; an account of how banks adjusted to the debt crisis; and a good bit of detail about the experience of the seven biggest American banks.

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