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1999 | nr 10 Proceedings of the Ace/Phare Conference on Building Financial Institutions in Transition Econimies, Poznań, Poland, 14-15 May, 1999 | 190--235
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Lessons for Banking Reform in Transition Economies from a Study on Customers' Perceptions of Service quality of Islamic Banking in Malaysia"

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