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Thailand"s financial system structure and liberalization by PakoМњМ„n WitchayaМ„non.

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Published by Thailand Development Research Institute in Bangkok .
Written in English



  • Thailand.


  • Finance -- Thailand.,
  • Financial institutions -- Thailand.,
  • Banks and banking -- Thailand.

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Edition Notes

StatementPakorn Vichyanond.
SeriesResearch monograph ;, no. 11, Research monograph (Sathāban Wičhai phư̄a Kānphatthanā Prathēt Thai) ;, no. 11.
LC ClassificationsHG187.T5 P35 1994
The Physical Object
Paginationxxvii, 87 p. ;
Number of Pages87
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL958601M
ISBN 109748906442
LC Control Number95945399

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