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August 2004
Investment Management Weekly;8/23/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 33, p1
Reports on the exemption given by the U.S. Treasury Department to several businesses with underfunded pension from a restriction on increasing benefits as of August 23, 2004. Conditions set by the exemption under the U.S. Pension Funding Equity Act.


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