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Imitation is flattery

28 April 2009 By Hugo Dixon

Having decided not to forcibly break up the big boys, the government is instead likely to impose tougher capital ratios on Barclays, Lloyds, RBS and HSBC. The US is doing the same. Such a regime is a good idea. It might even encourage giants to break themselves up.

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