The stock markets in the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland are functioning, but low capitalization, liquidity, and high inflation restrict their ability to provide capital to good companies by ROBERT BONTE-FRIEDHEIM BANKS AND CAPITAL markets are to mature market economies what central planning offices were to command economies. By allocating resources to certain projects and […]

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