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Trade impacts: Tracking the relationship between international monetary policy and global foreign policy

The 29th annual World Traders’ Tacitus Lecture was delivered this year by the former Deputy Governor of the Bank of England, Sir Paul Tucker, on ‘a new international monetary system in a new world order’. TXF was granted access to the event’s subsequent debate, chaired by Lord Clement-Jones CBE, which focused on the question of whether international monetary policy and global foreign policy should be inextricably linked.

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