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28 July 2009 By Robert Cyran

The conglomerate s finance arm says it s critical to the US economy, better than a bank, has adequate loanloss reserves and doesn t need more capital. Yet it s fighting plans to further regulate its $650bn balance sheet because it’s too big to fail. Something doesn t compute.

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