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Kuroda said Thursday that financial intermediation hasn’t been impaired in Japan and that talk about the theory doesn’t indicate any need for policy change.
These centres boost cross-border trade and financial intermediation and play a critical part in facilitating growth around the world.
Credit intermediation was down 1%, residential construction dropped 0.9% and activity at real estate agents declined 1.5%.
The Kurds also seek U.S. intermediation in future talks with Baghdad over Kurdistan’s future.
As a result of intermediation from the Catholic Church, the Panamanian government has agreed to try to resolve the Cuban migrant issue beyond detention.
The 20th century saw the rise of intermediation: centralized media systems run by corporations and governments.
The authors propose some modest solutions, all of which boil down to less reliance on technological intermediation and better television analysis of what fans at home are actually seeing.
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