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Argument: The EMF siphons off capital, increases national borrowing costs

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Joseph Gokhale. "Forget The European Monetary Fund." Forbes. March 2010: The "EMF borrowing on financial markets would immediately siphon off investible capital and increase interest rates. If the EMF is sizable, it would make public borrowing by national treasuries more costly, directly and immediately."

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