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The importance of corporate foreign debt as an alternative to currency derivatives in actual management of exchange rate exposures

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The importance of corporate foreign debt as an alternative to currency derivatives in actual management of exchange rate exposures. / Aabo, Tom.

2005. Paper presented at European Financial Management Association 2005 Annual Conference, Milan, Italy.

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Aabo, T 2005, 'The importance of corporate foreign debt as an alternative to currency derivatives in actual management of exchange rate exposures', Paper presented at European Financial Management Association 2005 Annual Conference, Milan, Italy, 29/06/2005 - 02/07/2005.

APA

Aabo, T. (2005). The importance of corporate foreign debt as an alternative to currency derivatives in actual management of exchange rate exposures. Paper presented at European Financial Management Association 2005 Annual Conference, Milan, Italy.

CBE

Aabo T. 2005. The importance of corporate foreign debt as an alternative to currency derivatives in actual management of exchange rate exposures. Paper presented at European Financial Management Association 2005 Annual Conference, Milan, Italy.

MLA

Aabo, Tom The importance of corporate foreign debt as an alternative to currency derivatives in actual management of exchange rate exposures. European Financial Management Association 2005 Annual Conference, 29 Jun 2005, Milan, Italy, Paper, 2005.

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Aabo T. The importance of corporate foreign debt as an alternative to currency derivatives in actual management of exchange rate exposures. 2005. Paper presented at European Financial Management Association 2005 Annual Conference, Milan, Italy.

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Aabo, Tom. / The importance of corporate foreign debt as an alternative to currency derivatives in actual management of exchange rate exposures. Paper presented at European Financial Management Association 2005 Annual Conference, Milan, Italy.

Bibtex

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