Alternative Approaches to Taxing the Financial Sector: Wich is Best and Where Does Chile Stand?
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- Patrick Honohan, 2003. "Alternative Approaches to Taxing the Financial Sector: Which is Best and Where Does Chile Stand?," Working Papers Central Bank of Chile 225, Central Bank of Chile.
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