|11.||A modern banking system with an independent central bank should be instituted rapidly.|
|12.||New capital (domestic and foreign) should be obtained to create new jobs and to change the structure of the economy.|
Macroeconomic stability and political stability are necessary conditions for such a program of transition to be successful.
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