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Report on the Pacific Roundtables: Actions to Address Correspondent Banking and Remittances Pressure
Author: Ms. Alison Stuart, Jihad Alwazir, Ms. Yan Liu, Mr. Scott Roger, Mr. Si Guo, Chau Nguyen, Mr. Emmanuel Mathias, and Mr. Jonathan Pampolina