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. Mergent ( 2009 ). North America—heavy construction sectors . March 2009, http://webreports.mergent.com . Accessed 14 September 2010. Mergent ( 2010a , b, c, d). North America—(Banking Sectors/IT & Technology

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-legislated mechanisms, (c) restriction to all credit card gambling imposed by government and the banking sector, (e) prevention of gambling expenditure by minors based on bank account information, (f) removal of ATMs (referred to as ‘cash machines’ in the UK) from

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domestic sources, is to be covered by increasing capital expenditures of the country and considering the possibility of a limited investment-oriented budget deficit. In addition, the domestic banking sector, with appropriate incentives, is bound to be

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economic crisis, the funding capacity of the banking sector decreased, which particularly affected smaller companies, and meant there were more limited options for obtaining funding. It is therefore likely that the original crowdfunding model will change in

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technology. Thus, in the banking sector, irrespective of the mechanism and location of the transaction, one can sue the bank, and define the jurisdiction established in the relevant agreement between the bank and the individual / legal entity. On the other

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eventually equilibrium is achieved. 27 This means that the banking sector, which is a means to achieve balance between supply and demand for savings, is abstracted. The Austrians know perfectly well that the specifics of how the sector works matter greatly

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government has significant share in the banking sector and/or direct control over some large state-owned companies. We claim that Poland has recently been such a case, and in fact is recently moving more and more towards such a situation. 3 Source of the data

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, the restructuring of the banking sector in Cyprus arguing that Euro group is not empowered to adopt legally binding acts, it is not a formation of the Council. 109 4 PASSIVISM IN A BROAD SENSE The Court’s attitude in a number of cases is contrary to

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Acta Oeconomica
Authors: Marija Petrović-Ranđelović, Tamara Rađenović, Bojan Krstić, and Vladimir Mićić

: Privatization, Institutional Change, and Banking Sector Dominance . Economic Annals , 55 ( 187 ): 7 – 30 . 10.2298/EKA1087007B Brada , J. C. – Kutan , A. M. – Yigit , T. M. ( 2006 ): The Effects of Transition and Political Instability on Foreign

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