CHANGES IN AMERICAN BANKING SECTOR: CONSOLIDATION AND EFFICIENCY
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CHANGES IN AMERICAN BANKING SECTOR: CONSOLIDATION AND EFFICIENCY
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The author has summarized conclusions of a row of researches on different aspects of mergers and acquisitions in U.S. banking industry, including such issues as effects on income, economy of scale and changes in shareholder's value.
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01.02.2012
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