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Notes on the postal savings-bank systems of the leading countries.

United States. National Monetary Commission.

Notes on the postal savings-bank systems of the leading countries.

by United States. National Monetary Commission.

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Published by Govt. print. off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Postal savings banks.

  • Edition Notes

    Series61st Cong., 3d sess. Senate. Doc. 658
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHG1951 .U6 1910
    The Physical Object
    Pagination 128 p.
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6526482M
    LC Control Number10035028
    OCLC/WorldCa1681689

    As early as the United Kingdom established post office savings banks and by the turn of the century there were o post offices offering banking services. The success of the English system inspired the creation of postal savings banks in Austria, Holland, France and Hungary among other countries. The role of postal networks in expanding access to financial services: Discussion paper (English) Abstract. The study, the role of postal networks in expanding access to finance, comprises a review of about 60 developing countries in five regional landscapes, based mainly on secondary data.

    Browse by country; Check a code; Money transfer Money transfer. Send money. Make a one-off payment. You'll get the real exchange rate with the low fee we're known for. Branches for Postal Savings Bank Of China in China. Below you can find the local branches for Postal Savings Bank Of China in China. Local branches. Postal Savings System: Certificates, Bonds and Notes: The US Postal Savings System was established in to provide safe, convenient depositories for Americans who could save and earn interest by purchasing certificates. Individuals were allowed a single account with a .

      Postal Savings Bank of China Co. began trading with a whimper in Shanghai on Tuesday, after a billion yuan ($ billion) share sale that was the nation’s largest since In fact, for a general history of banking options for low and moderate income bank customers as well as an excellent overview of how banking has changed (and why) this is a great book. In “How the Other Half Banks” the author, Mehrsa Baradaran, proposes the creation of a postal savings bank that would be a low cost/high tolerance banking /5.


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National Monetary Commission. Notes on the postal savings-bank systems of the leading countries. Washington, Govt. print. off., (OCoLC) Material Type. Notes on the postal savings-bank systems of the leading countries. Author United States. National Monetary Commission. Published History and organization of the postal savings-bank systems of the leading countries --The withdrawal of funds --Statistics showing growth --Cost of administration --Reports from United States consuls on the nature and operation of postal savings banks in certain foreign countries --Charts.

Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http. 4For descriptions and statistics of the different postal savings banks of the world, see Notes on the Postal Savings Banks Systems of the Leading Countries, National Monetary Commission Report, Senate Document no.6Ist Congress, Third Session.

Japan established a postal savings system in and the Netherlands government started a systems in under the name Rijkspostspaarbank (national postal savings bank), this was followed by many other countries over the next 50 years. Postal savings systems existed for decades in other countries before the program was in-stituted in the United States.

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The Postal Savings Depository Act established the Postal Savings System in designated Post Offices in the United States. Under the United States Postal Savings system certificates or savings stamps were issued to depositors as proof of their deposit and could be exchanged in amounts of $20 or more for postal savings bonds, which yielded 2% interest rate on accounts under $ The journal focuses on the results of scientific researches on monetary policy issues in different countries and regions all over the world.

It also analyzes the activities of international financial organizations, central banks, and bank institutions. Key topics: Monetary Policy in Different Countries and Regions; Monetary and Payment Systems. Author’s Note This paper discusses the role of the postal network in expanding access to financial services in Namibia.

It reviews the public postal operator within the postal sector and within the broader context of the communications sector.

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