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The Ukrainian Crisis :The Role of Sovereign Wealth Funds in Sustainable Development

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Since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, Western countries have imposed economic sanctions on Russia to tighten the screws on it, most notably removing it from the Swift payment system. The war has squeezed global liquidity, especially for developing countries, as investors flock to assets seen as less risky, and the cost of credit has actually risen since the conflict began, with bond yields soaring (an average of 36 basis points).

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