How to Fix Globalization

McTigue, E. Guthrie
December 1998
Global Finance;Dec98, Vol. 12 Issue 12, p20
Trade Publication
Provides information on the redesigning of the global financial system. Contributing factors to the move; Information on world finance; Steps taken by some financial institutions in response to the issue; Trend in Europe; Comments from industry and government officials.


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