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Grupos estratégicos de la banca en Colombia

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el propósito de este trabajo es clasificar el sectorbancario colombiano para el 2002 en grupos, con base en las similaridades observadas en las dimensionesestratégicas de alcance y recursos comprometidos, así como los cambios observados en estasdimensiones entre este periodo y los años 1997 y 1999. De igual forma se analizan algunos aspectosgenerales relacionados con el sector bancario colombiano.

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  • Camilo Almanza Ramírez, 2010. "Grupos estratégicos de la banca en Colombia," DOCUMENTOS IEEC 007292, UNIVERSIDAD DEL NORTE.
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