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To do so it will need to enter at least two infrastructure alliances, one to gain access to the payment systems that allow credit cards to be used in retail outlets, internet and telephone transaction – VISA or MASTERCARD, and another to gain access to the Automated Teller Machine (ATM) systems to allow cash withdrawals. For Z-Bank to not join these infrastructure alliances is to make the provision of credit card services impossible and would disadvantage them. However, membership has a neutral effect as competition in credit card services in the UK is based on price, additional services and products, for example, and no longer on ATM network provision.

During the 1960s a number of restrictive actions by governments – the USA imposing a withholding tax on US dollars, the USA and UK restricting overseas lending by their home banks, the USA Regulation Q capping interest rates paid on deposits and the USSR requiring to hold the international reserve currency (the US dollar) outside USA control – led to increased deposits in London based banks. These Euromoney deposits (broadly defined as currency held in a country where the held currency is not the home currency) started the development of the Euromarkets, centred on London.

Mechanisms are, according to Lawson (1997), ‘structured things…that possess causal powers which, when triggered or released, act as generative mechanisms to determine the actual phenomena of the world’. Mechanisms are the changes in the underlying economy, regulation, technology and so on that lead to new observed opportunities, the ‘events’ that are within the ‘actual domain of reality’ (Lawson, 1997). These events may include, for example, increased competition, more demanding consumers, the opening up of cross-border activities (such as a result of the European Union).

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