The International Banks of the COMECON Countries

Osiecki, Zdzislaw
March 1976
Soviet & Eastern European Foreign Trade;Spring76, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p12
Academic Journal
Presents an article translated by Michel Vale on the creation of international banks to enhance the development of trade among the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance countries. Creation of the International Bank for Economic Cooperation (IBEC); Functions of IBEC; Creation of the International Investment Bank (IIB); Functions of IIB; Funds financed by the banks in the period 1971-1973.


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