Internationalization of Banking The Policy Issues (Trends in banking structure and regulation in OECD countries) by R. M. Pecchioli

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  • International Banking,
  • Banks and banking, Internation

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Number of Pages221
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ISBN 109264124888
ISBN 109789264124882

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For example, until the s, international expansion.International bank regulation has ramped to prominence over the past two decades, as nations and the global economy have lurched from one financial crisis to another.

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