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24 de Febrero de 2009

Estados Unidos modifica normas sobre rescate financiero y se acerca más a la nacionalización de bancos que afrontan dificultades

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El gobierno de Obama ha reformulado los términos del paquete de ayuda de emergencia destinado a instituciones financieras en problemas, lo que podría conducir a la nacionalización de algunos de los mayores bancos por parte del gobierno. Ante el horizonte de bancos nacionalizados, hablamos con Robert Johnson, ex economista en jefe del Comité Bancario del Senado, y con la ex banquera de inversión y ahora periodista Nomi Prins.

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