By Arnold Henry Savage Landor
Arnold Henry Savage Landor' memoirs of his excursion to unknown South the USA and his come across with the local Bororo Indians. initially written in volumes, this e-book comprises illustrations, maps, plates and images
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63 Source: Industry interviews (1985). dit Agricole Mutuel de la Nouvelle Caledonie et Dependances was established in 1931 and commenced operations in 1934. It is a co-operative agricultural savings bank designed to provide finance for agricultural purposes and operates under a name similar to one of metropolitan France's largest banking institutions. New Caledonia's Credit Agricole is a somewhat more modest operation but is nevertheless important in providing short- and mediumterm financing for agricultural development.
42 per cent. The Comite also controls the rates paid on certain types of deposits. 00 Note: TIM - taux moyen mensuel (money-market mid-month rate). Source: Institut d'Emission d'Outre-Mer (1985) Nouvelle-Caledonie Bulletin Trimestriel, 45, December, p. 23. Since 30 September 1985, for example, the maximum payable on savings accounts was 6 per cent per annum. Deposits of less than the equivalent of less than 500,000 French francs and for less than one year are subject to maximum interest rate ceilings, as are deposits of over 500,000 French francs, but for less than six months.
While no doubt so me funds were also placed in various off-shore financial centres, these ftows to other French areas do not require exchange control approval. As discussed earlier, the Institut d'Emission d'Outre-Mer provides an important source of bank funding through its rediscount programme. 5 per cent be charged to 22 Financial Institutions and Markets in the South Pacific the end lender. In addition to these refinancing facilities, the Institut d'Emission mayaiso provide the banks with short-term loans against the guarantee of their French parent bank.