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Better late than never

19 August 2010 By George Hay

The body that sets global banking rules has concluded the economic impact of new capital targets will be much lower than the industry claims. The findings will not stop some reforms being watered down or delayed. But they strengthen the case for raising banks’ capital ratios.

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