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Can a Bank Be a Conglomerate : A Possible Strategy for Banks in the Changing Environments of the United States and Japan

By Umezawa, Yasuo

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Title: Can a Bank Be a Conglomerate : A Possible Strategy for Banks in the Changing Environments of the United States and Japan  
Author: Umezawa, Yasuo
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Language: English
Subject: Management, Business Strategy, Economy
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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1989
Publisher: Cambridge, M.A.; Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Digitizer: Mit Libraries

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Yasuo, U., & Of Management, S. S. (1989). Can a Bank Be a Conglomerate : A Possible Strategy for Banks in the Changing Environments of the United States and Japan. Retrieved from http://www.netlibrary.net/


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Includes bibliographical references (leaves 37-38); Book has irregular pagination.

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Digitizer: MIT Libraries

 

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