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Interviews on Current Issues

Turmoil in the Markets: How Big a Danger

September 17, 2008

Adam S. Posen explains and assesses the actions by the Federal Reserve and the US Treasury to rescue AIG and suggests how the United States can lead in creating a new regulatory system for global financial institutions and markets.





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