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Third-system financial instruments for the cultural sector

Danyal Sattar

Third-system financial instruments for the cultural sector

a report for Banking on Culture

by Danyal Sattar

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Published by NorthWest Arts Board in Manchester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Danayal Sattar with additional research by Christophe Guene and Thomas Huttich.
ContributionsGuene, Christophe., Huttich, Thomas., North West Arts Board., Banking on Culture Project.
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Open LibraryOL18927941M
ISBN 101901213080

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