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  2. Internet access - Wikipedia

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    Internet access is the ability of individuals and organizations to connect to the Internet using computer terminals, computers, and other devices; ...

  3. Reserve requirement - Wikipedia

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    A reserve requirement is a central bank regulation that sets the minimum amount that a commercial bank must hold in liquid assets. This minimum amount, commonly referred to as the commercial bank's reserve, is generally determined by the central bank on the basis of a specified proportion of deposit liabilities of the bank.

  4. Common Reporting Standard - Wikipedia

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    The Common Reporting Standard (CRS) is an information standard for the Automatic Exchange Of Information (AEOI) regarding financial accounts on a global level, between tax authorities, which the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) developed in 2014.

  5. Bharti Airtel - Wikipedia

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    Airtel provides broadband internet access through DSL, ... Banking Airtel Payments Bank was launched in January 2017. ... Airtel Zambia is the market leader with 69% ...

  6. Economy of Armenia - Wikipedia

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    In 2007, cash remittances through bank transfers rose by 37 percent to a record-high level of US$1.32 billion. According to the Central Bank of Armenia, in 2005, cash remittances from Armenians working abroad reached a record-high level of $1 billion, which is worth more than one fifth of the country's 2005 GDP. Banking

  7. Economy of Lithuania - Wikipedia

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    The financial sector has demonstrated incredible growth in the pre-crisis period (1998–2008). Bank assets were only €3.2 billion or 25.5% from GDP in 2000, half of which consisted of loan portfolio. By the beginning of the year 2009, bank assets grew to €26.0 billion or 80.8% to GDP, the loan portfolio reached €20.7 billion.

  8. Economy of Egypt - Wikipedia

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    The telecommunications liberalisation process started in 1998 and is still ongoing, but at a slow pace. Private sector companies operate in mobile telephony, and Internet access. There were 10 million fixed phone lines, 31 million mobile phones, and 8.1 million Internet users by the August 2007. [citation needed] Transport