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Participation by banks in other branches of the economy an opinion on the economic, competitive and operational advantages of such participation on the basis of the statutory provisions of the member states of the European Communities... by U. Immenga

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Published by European Communities .
Written in English


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Statementby U. Immenga.
SeriesStudies: competition-approximation of legislation series -- 1975-25
ContributionsEuropean Communities. Commission.
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Open LibraryOL20006970M

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