Information about Asia and the Pacific Asia y el Pacífico
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September 1996
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    Michael Sarel is an economist in Southeast Asia and Pacific Department of the International Monetary Fund. He graduated from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and received a Ph.D from Harvard University.

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