Dingell Slams Regulators for Not Taking Bank-Tying Seriously

Hume, Lynn
October 2003
Bond Buyer;10/21/2003, Vol. 346 Issue 31744, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on the complaints of representative John Dingell against the federal bank regulators for failure to take bank-tying allegations and issuing insufficient guidance on this terms in the U.S. Accounts of the illegal tying matter; Confusion about the definition of tying and its practices; Investigation taken by the Government Accounting Office.


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