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The Internationalisation Strategies Adopted by European Union Banks in Central European Countries

@inproceedings{Arnaboldi2004TheIS,
  title={The Internationalisation Strategies Adopted by European Union Banks in Central European Countries},
  author={Francesca Arnaboldi},
  year={2004}
}
The scale and pace of the merger and acquisition activities in the United States and in the European Union have been remarkable. These transactions represent only one of the possible solutions banks could adopt in their growth path. This paper’s task is to define the main trends on the external growth of banks in eastern European countries, accessing the EU. Section 1 defines and explains causes and goals for the phenomenon. Both analytical and empirical approaches, existing in literature, are… 

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