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Abstract

For our purposes, regulatory bodies will obviously include Basel iii and in conjunction with Basel iii an analysis of nation-specific measures will help underscore our conclusion. Moreover, the nation-specific measures will be limited to the United States, Europe, the United Kingdom, and Switzerland. Japan’s nation-specific measures will be limited to Basel iii. While the financial institutions in those countries do not represent the entire global financial system, their domestic financial regulations in conjunction with the world-accepted Basel iii provide a basis for a logical conclusion to determine the impact of increased financial regulation on the future growth rates of the BRICS.

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Euro Area Capital Ratio Bank Lending Percentage Point Increase Bank Capital 
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