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Abstract

In 2006, the overall GDP of North African countries — whose banking systems are the subject of this chapter1 — was in the range of US$350 billion, when measured at current exchange rates.

Keywords

Banking System Total Export European Bank Economist Intelligence Unit North African Country 
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