Meanwhile, in the UK ...

30/08/2009

Following last week's debate in the UK surrounding a Tobin Tax, Ruth Sunderland - writing in today's Observer, has a few other suggestions for putting manners on the UK financial system, including an updated version of the US Glass-Steagall Act, enacted during the Depression and rescinded by former President Bill Clinton. You can read her full piece here.

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