From Chairman's Desk

Ramana, P. V.
October 2008
International Journal of Business Insights & Transformation;Oct2008-Mar2009, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p3
Academic Journal
The article reports on the aspects of global financial crisis. It highlights the remedial efforts by most government agencies and central banks. It explores the subjects on remedial efforts including transparency, tax havens, and oversight and reporting requirements on all major banks. It examines the reason why Singapore wants a Casino.


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