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Who's responsible?

14 January 2010 By Rob Cox

In theory, repaying bailout losses from a tax on banks’ wholesale funding is clever and defensible. But the socalled Goldman Sachs Tax fails to catch some of the institutions most responsible for taxpayers’ losses. And it throws up other inequities, too. Here are some of them.

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