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Eugene A. Birnbaum and Moeen A. Qureshi

THE USE of advance import deposits as a means of implementing economic policy has spread rapidly in recent years. Most frequently used in Latin America, this technique has been applied in more than 20 countries in various parts of the world.1 The experience gained in recent years makes it possible now to analyze and to assess their functions as part of a general system of exchange and trade restrictions, and their contribution to the achievement of monetary stability.