German Banking Law and Practice in International Perspective
Walter de Gruyter, 1999 - Law - 361 pages
A study of German banking law and practice. The articles are designed to cover the subject and take a systematic approach. They are written by experts from authorities, banks and universities. The idea for the book was born in a conference on German and Chinese banking law.
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