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by Setsuya Sato,David Burras Humphrey

Author: Setsuya Sato,David Burras Humphrey
Subcategory: Economics
Language: English
Publisher: World Bank (June 1, 1995)
Pages: 44 pages
Category: Perfomance
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Description: World Bank Discussion Paper No. 291. Discusses the major issues associated with transforming and improving payment systems in emerging market economies. Economic activity requires a system of payments to facilitate trade and exchange between consumers and suppliers of products and services. This paper looks at the differences between payment systems in centrally planned and market economies. The authors examine both short- and long-term methods of improving payment systems.

Meeting tihe Needs of Emerging,Uarket Economies Setsuya Sato and David Burras Humphrey No. 292 Regulated Deregulation of tle Financial System in Korea. Ismail Dalla and Deena Khatkhate No. 293 Design Issues in Rural Fitiance. Transfortning Payment. Transfortning Payment Systems: Meeting tihe Needs of Emerging,Uarket Economies. Setsuya Sato and David Burras Humphrey No. Orlando J. Sacay and Bikki K. Randhawa No. 294.

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Meeting the Needs of Emerging Market Economies," World Bank - Discussion Papers 291, World Bank. Handle: RePEc:fth:wobadi:291. More about this item. TRANSFER PAYMENTS; Statistics.

Transforming payment systems: meeting the needs of emerging market economies, Parts 63-291. Transforming payment systems: meeting the needs of emerging market economies, Parts 63-291. Setsuya Satō, David B. Humphrey. Download (epub, 285 Kb). FB2 PDF MOBI TXT RTF. Converted file can differ from the original. If possible, download the file in its original format.

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Transforming payment systems. meeting the needs of emerging market economies. Published 1995 by World Bank in Washington, . Data processing, Electronic funds transfers, Clearinghouses (Banking), Communication systems, Banks and banking, Payment. Developing countries.

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