Banking in Europe; the challenge
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Banking in Europe; the challenge of Britain"s entry into the EEC; the Ernest Sykes memorial lectures delivered in the library of the Institute of Bankers, November 1973 by Robin Hutton

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Published by Institute of Bankers in London .
Written in English



  • European Economic Community countries.,
  • Great Britain.


  • Banks and banking -- European Economic Community countries.,
  • Banks and banking -- Great Britain.

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Edition Notes

Statement[by Robin Hutton, Sidney Wild]
SeriesErnest Sykes memorial lectures,, 1973
ContributionsWild, Sidney.
LC ClassificationsHG2980.5.A6 H87
The Physical Object
Pagination[2], 30 p.
Number of Pages30
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5095389M
ISBN 100852970315
LC Control Number74167103

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