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U.S. international banking and the Caribbean

Wilbert Bascom

U.S. international banking and the Caribbean

by Wilbert Bascom

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Published by Latin American and Caribbean Center, Florida International University in Miami .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Emigrant remittances -- Caribbean, English-speaking.,
  • Investments, Foreign -- Caribbean, English-speaking.,
  • Investments, Foreign and employment -- Caribbean, English-speaking.,
  • Caribbean Area -- Economic conditions -- 1945-

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 36).

    StatementWilbert Bascom, Jorge Salazar-Carrillo.
    SeriesDialogue / Latin American and Caribbean Center, Florida International University -- #139., Occasional papers series (Florida International University. Latin American and Caribbean Center) -- #139.
    ContributionsSalazar-Carrillo, Jorge., Florida International University. Latin American and Caribbean Center.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHG5242 .B38 1993
    The Physical Object
    Pagination36 leaves ;
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15228761M

    SAN JUAN – A bill introduced in Puerto Rico’s legislature, on behalf of Gov. Ricardo Rosselló, would authorize International Banking Entities (IBEs) and International Financial Entities (IFEs) to provide loans in Puerto Rico, with the objective of achieving additional capital through the financing option.   Top International Banks The following is a list of the largest international banks based on market capitalization. The top five banks include three U.S. .

      Lower commodity prices will likely offset the effects of higher demand from a recovering U.S. economy, the IMF said in its April, report. The region is expected to grow at per cent in. The IADB has published a snapshot of the composition of U.S. Multinational Companies operating in the six largest Caribbean economies. The data shows that U.S. companies operate in the six countries, of these, are public corporations.

      Editorial Reviews "Well before the euro crisis, Dirk Schoenmaker was warning us that globalization might undermine financial stability. In this new book he analyzes the complex landscape of modern international banking in terms of a simple unifying concept: the 'trilemma' that financial stability, international financial integration, and autonomous national control over Author: Dirk Schoenmaker.   At the same time, U.S. banking and corporate interests became the subject of a radical, anti-imperialist Caribbean literature—a literature that can be viewed as a counterpoint to the rhetoric of City Bank and attempts by Wall Street to “visualize” the Caribbean, to borrow Allen’s term, for the purposes of exploitation and accumulation.


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