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Tequila in moderation

25 April 2013 By Martin Hutchinson

The delayed reforms include a universal credit registry and easier foreclosure, both big improvements to the system that could boost consumer borrowing and spending. But they also allow the regulator to force banks to lend. That leaves the risk of a Brazil-style hangover.

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