Protecting corporate assets under floating currencies: a research report from the Conference Board's Division of International Affairs
Conference Board, 1975 - Business & Economics - 42 pages
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SPECULATION AND PROTECTION OF ASSETS
HOW COMPANIES PROTECT AGAINST CURRENCY RISK
ORGANIZING TO MANAGE THE FLOAT
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