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Financial Institutions and Markets in Brunei

  • Michael T. Skully

Abstract

Brunei is located on the northwest coast of the Island of Borneo and — due to its major oil and gas reserves — is one of the richest countries for its size in the world.1 Its land area of 5765 square kilometres is divided between an eastern and a somewhat larger western portion, separated from each other by the Bay of Brunei and the Malaysian state of Sarawak.

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  1. 3.
    David Jenkins, Student Guide to Asia (London: Student Travel Australia, 1979) pp. 42–3. Energy related exports accounted for 98.99 per cent of Brunei’s exports in 1981.Google Scholar
  2. 4.
    Bank of America, Brunei: Economic Update (7 July 1982) p. 3.Google Scholar
  3. 5.
    Brunei State Chamber of Commerce, Chamber Journal 1980–1: Jubilee Edition (1981), p. 43.Google Scholar
  4. 7.
    Bank of America, Brunei: Economic Update (7 July 1982) p. 3.Google Scholar
  5. 13.
    Barry Wain, ‘In Brunei, Sultan’s New Palace Recalls Days of Glory’, Asian Wall Street Journal (10 October 1982) p. 1.Google Scholar
  6. 25.
    Han Ling, ‘Police Probe Commodities Firm’, Borneo Bulletin (30 January 1982) p. 1.Google Scholar

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© Michael T. Skully 1984

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