EU brings new financial instruments to Poland

Fogelman, Lejb
October 2001
Warsaw Business Journal;12/22/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 43, p9
Focuses on the economic impact of Poland's membership in the European Union. Effect of membership on the Warehouse Act; Introduction of financial instruments on the warehouse receipt concept; Role of depository bank on the transfer of warehouse receipts.


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