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Video: Lessons learned from Lehman
There may be fewer banks, but that means those which survived have more power.
Last Modified: 14 Sep 2009 13:43 GMT

special report
We look at the aftermath of the world economic crisis
A year after banking giant Lehman Brothers was allowed to fail, marking the beginning of a global recession, we ask, Will the old ways return?

There may be fewer banks, but that means those which survived have more money, more market share and ultimately more power.

Samah El-Shahat looks now at what lessons, if any, were learned.

Source:
Al Jazeera
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