Contractual savings for housing : How suitable are they for transitional economies?
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"Проблема Трансплантации Ипотечных Институтов В Переходных Экономиках: Роль Стройсберкасс
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KeywordsFinancial Intermediation; Banks&Banking Reform; Payment Systems&Infrastructure; Public Sector Economics&Finance; Housing Finance; Public Sector Economics&Finance; Banks&Banking Reform; Housing Finance; Financial Intermediation; Non Bank Financial Institutions;
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