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June 2010
U.S. Banker;Jun2010, Vol. 120 Issue 6, p14
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The article focuses on the results of surveys posted on the web sites www.us-banker.com and www.americanbanker.com regarding the possibility that Lehman Brothers might have survived the global financial crisis if the U.S. regulatory reform bill was approved and the simplification of business terms such as alt-A and subprime.


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