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The paper explains the differences btween the Anglo-American model and the non Anglo-American model of corporate governance. The paper first discusses the International Corporate Governance Network's series of principles that should be applied in global corporate governance. The paper then highlights the importance of corporate governance in general and of investor protection in particular. The paper reaches the conclusion that there is no singular corporate governance system that is suitable for every economy, company or situation, nevertheless, the healthiest corporate governance model is probably the bank-centered one, because of the financial advantages it provides.
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