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Banking structures & sources of finance in the Middle East
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Get this from a library. Banking structures and sources of finance in the Middle East: describing the banking systems of, and providing details of banks in Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Kuwait, Gulf States, and Arabia.
[Philip Thorn; Farida Mazhar;]. Get this from a library. Banking structures and sources of finance in the Far East. [Financial Times Business Publishing. Banker Research Unit.;] -- Revised third edition of a study describing the role of the central bank and the operation of different types of banks doing business (including finance houses, saving banks, foreign and joint.
Search within book. Front Matter. Pages i-xii. PDF. Traditional Banking Practice. Rodney Wilson. Pages Emergence of Modern Banking. Rodney Wilson. Arab Middle East banking finance Middle East. Authors and affiliations. Rodney Wilson. 1; 1. University of Durham UK; Bibliographic information.
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