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    osman
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    Hello,
    History of the iterest rates, starting with the ancient economy; Sumerian, Greek, Roman and in other civilisations around the Meditarrenean basin, in regards of implementation practicies in the daily life, business and authorities, with regulations and prevalent rules. Your enlightenments and book, article, write-up suggestions are welcome.
    Thank you

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    Mark Wiesinger
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    There are no interest rates in a barter economy. You’d have to impute an unknown from records of forward trades: somehow disentangling shipping, handling, bribes, storage and delivery. Good luck.🙄

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    voicetag57
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