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1 November 2013 By George Hay

Since 2008, lending to small UK firms has slumped. Banks always cite a lack of demand. A new study into market leader RBS’s lending practices suggests supply is, as you might expect, equally to blame. Alas, its recommendations are too late for companies that have gone bust.

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