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  • This paper aims at studying the factors affecting green banking practices in Vietnam and the role of green banking in sustainable development of the Vietnamese economy. A large scale survey conducted with 32 banks and financial organizations in Vietnam to obtain 329 questionnaire forms in the period from May to July 2016 provides evidence for the research.

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  • This article studies the experiences of green credit development in some countries in the world such as China, Korea, and Germany. From the difficulties in applying green credit in China, or the successes of applying green credit in Korea and Germany, this study highlights several recommendations and suggests lessons learned from these countries for Vietnam.

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  • The structure of the paper is as follows. Section 2 discusses the literature on both measuring competition and the bank interest rate pass-through. Section 3 describes the Boone indicator of competition and Section 4 the employed interest rate pass-through model of the error-correction type and the applied panel unit root and cointegration tests. Section 5 presents the various data sets used. The results on the various tests and estimates of the spread model and the error correction model equations are shown in Section 6. Finally, Section 7 summarises and concludes....

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  • Payment cards in the form of debit cards are usually issued by banks as bank cards with which customers may also draw on their account balances outside their bank (eg cashless payments at automatic cashpoints, withdrawals at cash dispensers). Bank cards as payment cards have evolved since their introduction as guarantee cards for eurocheques (ec cards) and their main function today is for electronic payments at payment terminals.

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  • For the data presented on the Bank’s website, the nominal government spot interest rate for n years refers to the interest rate applicable today (‘spot’) on an n year risk-free nominal loan. It is the rate at which an individual nominal cash flow on some future date is discounted to determine its present value. By definition it would be the yield to maturity of a nominal zero coupon bond3 and can be considered as an average of single period rates to that maturity.

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  • This study applies the Dynamic Leontief and Ghoshmodels to analyzetheinvesment and CO2 that is emitted in the production in Vietnam economy. From our research result, it could be concluded that the credit banking should adjust the investment base on the real economy.

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  • da nang city aims to become an important domestic and international transportation and transit hub, as well as a telecommunications, post, and banking hub.

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  • Họ: Tarsonemidae - Bộ: Acari  Tên khoa học khác: Hemitarsonemus latus Banks, Tarsonemus translucens (Green), Hemitarsonemus translucens . TÌNH HÌNH PHÂN BỐ VÀ KÝ CHỦ  Ký chủ: Nhện Trắng thuộc nhóm đa ký chủ, được ghi nhận trên 60 họ thực vật khác nhau với các ký chủ chính và phụ như sau: Bông vải, Cam, Quít, Ớt, Cà, Trà, Ðu Ðủ, Ðay, Dưa leo, Nho Chanh. (ký chủ chính);: Cà phê, Cà chua, Khoai tây trắng, Bơ, Xoài, Họ Thập tự, Ðậu, Thầu dầu và nhiều loại thực vật khác. ÐẶC ÐIỂM HÌNH THÁI    Trứng rất nhỏ, trong suốt, hình bầu dục, mặt dưới...

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  • Santa Claus lives in the Laughing Valley, where stands the big, rambling castle in which his toys are manufactured. His workmen, selected from the ryls, knooks, pixies and fairies, live with him, and every one is as busy as can be from one year's end to another. It is called the Laughing Valley because everything there is happy and gay.The brook chuckles to itself as it leaps rollicking between its green banks; the wind whistles merrily in the trees; the sunbeams dance lightly over the soft grass, and the violets and wild flowers look smilingly up from their green nests.To...

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  • These relationships are shown in three figures. Figure 2 shows that it is operating costs, rather than capital costs or loan loss provisions, that that drive the differences in total costs between different kinds of microfinance institutions. Figure 3 shows that the institutions that make the smallest loans on average are also the institutions that face the highest costs per unit lent (a result that holds up in regressions after controlling for institutions’ age, inflation, country- level governance, GDP growth, region, and lending method).

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  • An infrastructure bank would also help overcome the many problems associated with the annual appropriations process and could provide the types of financial assistance that are most useful for infrastructure projects. By providing long-term loans and loan guarantees, the new bank would make year-to-year federal support significantly more predictable.

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  • Banks and other financial institutions have sold loans among themselves for over 100 years. Even though this market has existed for many years, it grew slowly until the early 1980s when it entered a period of spectacular growth, largely due to expansion in highly leveraged transaction (HLT) loans to finance leveraged buyouts (LBOs) and mergers and acquisitions (M&As). With the decline in LBOs and M&As in the late 1980s after the stock market crash of 1987, the volume of loan sales fell to approximately $10 billion in 1990.

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  • Institutional gaps at the country level can be immense. Too often, they have included a lack of documented rights claimed by local people and weak con- sultation processes that have led to uncompensated loss of land rights, espe- cially by vulnerable groups; a limited capacity to assess a proposed project’s technical and economic viability; and a limited capacity to assess or enforce environmental and social safeguards. Such problems are not due to a lack of potential.

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  • The groups turn out to be quite distinct. Microfinance banks, and to a lesser extent credit unions, are likely to have for-profit status. Nongovernmental organizations have non-profit status. Non-bank financial institutions are in a broad category that includes both for-profits and non-profits such as nongovernmental organizations that are specially regulated in return for being allowed to assume additional roles, including, for some, taking deposits.

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  • sustainability engages a wide variety of key stakeholders. First and foremost, our clients expect us to invest responsibly on their behalf, and our portfolio managers are increasingly updating clients or fund investors on our sustainable practices and accomplishments. to aid in our effort to maintain efficient and well-occupied buildings, we work with our contract property managers to communicate the goals and measures we set on a global level, as well as for each property, so that tenants are also encouraged to support and undertake sustainable activities.

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  • The Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific 2012 (Key Indicators), the 43rd edition of this series, includes the latest available economic, financial, social, and environmental indicators for the 48 regional members of the Asian Development Bank (ADB). This publication aims to present the latest key statistics on development issues concerning the economies of Asia and the Pacific to a wide audience, including policy makers, development practitioners, government officials, researchers, students, and the general public.

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  • Though still small – a market for green investments is also starting to grow. Alongside more developed equity products (such as green indices comprising of listed companies operating in the green space), fixed income instruments are also being launched – notably green bonds, for which the OECD estimates that the market is now around USD 16 billion. Alongside the World Bank‟s USD 2.3 billion issuance, other development banks have become involved (EIB, ADB) and the US government has introduced interesting initiatives.

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  • To effectively perform their respective functions, all stakeholders, in particu- lar, governments, need access to accurate and up-to-date information on opportunities, actual transfers, and the technical and economic impact of large investments. In many cases, lack of such information makes it difficult to identify and utilize opportunities, ensure a level playing field, and enforce regulation and contracts properly.

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  • Although the promotion of this policy space has to form part of bilateral and regional trade agreements, it essentially includes a change in the operating mechanisms of the World Trade Organisation (WTO). 5 And, despite the fact that the WTO usually presents itself as an example of multilateral democratic governability (in the organisation every member State has a vote, a system absent in other bodies such as the International Monetary Fund –IMF– and the World Bank), several authors have identified deficiencies in this respect.

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  • For the purpose of this review, green bonds are broadly defined as fixed-income debt securities issued (by governments, multi-national banks or corporations) in order to raise the necessary capital for a project which contributes to a low carbon, climate resilient economy. To date, these have been issued predominantly as AAA-rated securities by the World Bank and other development banks and some other entities in order to raise capital specifically for climate change and green growth related projects.

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