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Prudent regulation helps Asia-Pac economies head off asset bubble

Thursday, January 28, 2016 - 05:50

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Potential buyers looking at a model of a suburban condo project during its launch in Singapore. From Singapore to Sydney to Seoul, regulators have implemented prudential rules that target house-price inflation at the same time as they deliver stimulus to their economies through monetary policy.

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YEARS after the biggest global financial meltdown since the Great Depression spurred debate over how policymakers can head off asset bubbles, tentative evidence is emerging from Asia-Pacific economies that prudent regulation can prove effective. 

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