Influencia de la Tarjetas de Débito sobre la Demanda de Efectivo
Within by the electronic money definition, the plastics have a significant place, both the debit cards and the new option, even in the experimental stage known as the electronic purse or prepayment. The advanced technological changes, especially the incor
Volume (Year): 39 (2002)
Issue (Month): 116 ()
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