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The banking market (jigsaw) puzzle : Would coming closer to a stand-alone subsidiary model automatically lead to cross-border re-fragmentation ?

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  • Gregory Nguyen, 2010. "The banking market (jigsaw) puzzle : Would coming closer to a stand-alone subsidiary model automatically lead to cross-border re-fragmentation ?," Financial Stability Review, National Bank of Belgium, vol. 8(1), pages 143-160, June.
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