Financial Markets and Institutions in the Arab Economy
This book aims to trace and point out the recent developments occurred in the Arab Economy in the last two decades, including trends toward integration, liberalisation, and globalisation. This book indicates the most recent changes in the Arab Financial Institutions including banks, insurance companies, pension funds and other financial institutions. There is also the discussion of issues in market stability and efficiency in the light of new Arab environment of stock trading. This book is a comprehensive text covering the Arab Financial Sector.
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