History of Money, Banks, and Saving

When did we begin to see laws that regulated commerce?

Around 1790 B.C.E., Hammurabi, the sixth king of Babylon, created a code of 282 laws for his kingdom, some of which covered such subjects as the leasing of land, the payment of debt, banking, real estate, and trade.


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