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  • 04.06.2004

    Should Foreign Banks be Allowed to Open Branches in Ukraine?

    (Code:T35)

    In contrast to most transition economies, Ukraine does not allow branches of foreign banks to operate in its domestic banking market. The NBU has recently submitted a draft law to parliament, which envisages allowing foreign branch entry. In this paper we first look at the fundamental question whether to allow or not to allow foreign branches to operate in Ukraine. Afterwards we comment on the widely debated draft law produced by the NBU.

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    Authors:  Sologoub Dimitry, , г
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