The World of International Banking
During the decade of the 1960s banks in the United States assumed a prominent role in international finance, based on the development of overseas branch offices and acquisitions of ownership in foreign subsidiaries. In the 1970s the U.S. prominence in international banking continues, but in somewhat different format. The United States has become a magnet, attracting foreign banking institutions and foreign investors. This volume focuses on the second aspect of the international banking role of the U.S., namely the growth of foreign bank representation and operations in America.
KeywordsForeign Trade Foreign Subsidiary Bond Issue Banking Institution International Banking
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