As Poland sits on the brink of European Union membership, it must quickly evolve its banking system into one that is consistent with that of the European community. In order to achieve this objective, Poland’s banks must put aside their Soviet past and begin offering reasonably priced products and services comparable to those offered by their European counterparts.
Recommended CitationThorson '05, Amanda (2004) "The Polish Banking System: A Case for Bank Consolidation and Foreign Participation," The Park Place Economist: Vol. 12
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