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Negative Impacts of the Neo-liberal Policies on the Banking Sector in Bulgaria

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  • Rossitsa Rangelova Pavlova
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  • Rossitsa Rangelova Pavlova & Grigor Sariiski, 2015. "Negative Impacts of the Neo-liberal Policies on the Banking Sector in Bulgaria," Contemporary Economics, University of Economics and Human Sciences in Warsaw., vol. 9(1), March.
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