Experts have called for a global central bank and financial authority to monitor and regulate markets to help avoid a recurrence of the 2008 worldwide crisis. Speaking at a conference organised by the Singapore Management University yesterday, central bankers and academics spoke of the difficulties of tracking money globally.


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