Prospects for International Financial Center in the Russian Federation
This publication analyses general terms regarding the development of international financial centers, the role of the state in the regulation of financial market. The authors examined the making of leading financial centers. This research allows to evaluate feasibility for creating international financial center in Moscow.
Volume (Year): (2010)
Issue (Month): 139P ()
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