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Nicola Bilotta, Fabrizio Botti, "The (Near) Future of Central Bank Digital Currencies"

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Nicola Bilotta, Fabrizio Botti, "The (Near) Future of Central Bank Digital Currencies"

Nicola Bilotta, Fabrizio Botti, "The (Near) Future of Central Bank Digital Currencies: Risks and Opportunities for the Global Economy and Society"
2021 | ISBN: 3034342756 | English | True PDF | 202 pages | 32 MB

The value of global cashless payments has been radically increasing worldwide. Despite cash being the most used payment instrument in the world, technological innovation and new consumer preferences are decisively transforming the way consumers pay and manage money. The COVID-19 pandemic may also have been an accelerator of the cashless mega-trend. …

Patrice Lumumba: Africa's Lost Leader

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Patrice Lumumba: Africa's Lost Leader

Leo Zeilig, "Patrice Lumumba: Africa's Lost Leader"
English | 2008 | ISBN: 190579102X | 176 pages | MOBI | 0.297 MB

Oil, Politics and Violence: Nigeria’s Military Coup Culture (1966-1976)

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Oil, Politics and Violence: Nigeria’s Military Coup Culture (1966-1976)

Max Siollun, "Oil, Politics and Violence: Nigeria’s Military Coup Culture (1966-1976)"
English | 2009 | ISBN: 0875867081 | 284 pages | PDF | 2.7 MB

Silk and Cotton: Textiles from the Central Asia that Was

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Silk and Cotton: Textiles from the Central Asia that Was

Silk and Cotton: Textiles from the Central Asia that Was by Susan Meller
English | December 3rd, 2019 | ISBN: 1419706748 | 336 pages | EPUB | 280.02 MB

The traditional textiles of Central Asia are unknown treasures. Straddling the legendary Silk Road, this vast region stretches from Russia in the west to China in the east. Whether nomadic or sedentary, its peoples created textiles for every aspect of their way of life, from ceremonial objects marking rites of passage, to everyday garments, to practical items for the home. There were suzanis for the marriage bed; prayer mats; patchwork quilts; bridal ensembles; bags for tea, scissors, and mirrors; lovingly embroidered hats and bibs; and robes of every color and pattern.