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ISSN: 2344 - 102X

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Article from Volume 1, Number 1, Year 2013

THE DENATIONALIZATION OF THE BANKS - BASIC OBJECTIVE OF THE RESTRUCTURING OF THE BANKING SYSTEM IN THE CENTRAL AND SOUTH EASTERN EUROPE (CSE) COUNTRIES
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Author(s): Anisoara Niculina Apetri, Anamaria Hlaciuc
DOI: 10.4316/EJAFB.2013.118
Abstract: In this study we shall try to elaborate a comparative analysis regarding the policies of the process of banking denationalization used in five Central and South Eastern Europe (CSEE) countries (Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria) during the transition period, as they had a great influence on the increasing domination of the foreign capital banks and we shall offer a complete image of the denationalization process that tended in the last years to sell all these banks to foreign investors. We also intend to make a comparison between the features and the structure of the banking system in the above mentioned CSEE countries and we will show that in the last years, each of the five counties noticed an increasing domination of the foreign capital banks, numerically but also from the point of view of the market share.
Keywords: Banking System, Foreign Banks, Methods Of The Denationalization, Banking Reform
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