Debt Become You

Raz, Tahl
February 2003
Inc.;Feb2003, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p24
Reveals that private companies in the U.S. have record debt as of February 2003. Reasons for the increase of debt; Problem of people to meet their housing mortgage; Increase of personal bankruptcies.


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