Les systèmes financiers d'Afrique du Nord: mutation contrastée et intégration hésitante
Nabil Jedlane and
Dhafer Saidane ()
Revue d'économie financière, 2014, vol. N° 116, issue 4, 97-118
The treaty establishing the Arab Maghreb Union was signed on February 17, 1989 by the five Maghreb heads of State in Marrakech. Yet Maghreb financial integration has not been enforced because of political tensions between member states and internal resistance to trade liberalization. This article focuses on financial liberalization and integration in North Africa, particularly in the area AMU. Classification JEL: F15, G21, G34, O16, O55.
JEL-codes: F15 G21 G34 O16 O55 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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