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Changing the financial order in Asia-Pacific

Asian financial architecture today is still standing on the Bretton Woods system established in 1944 to regulate international finance in the aftermath of World War II. Since then, the U.S. dollar has become the preferred currency in cross-border transactions and central bank reserves, and the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank have taken on a central role in ensuring financial stability and promoting economic development in the region.

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