Response to financial crisis may mean more IT work ahead

October 20, 2008
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Governments all across the world are responding to the current financial crisis with a range of nationalization initiatives, and increased support of various parts of the financial services industry through guarantees and pumping in increased liquidity. You know what it means when there’s more government involvement with enterprises. Lots of regulations. Lots and lots of regulations. […]


Governments all across the world are responding to the current financial crisis with a range of nationalization initiatives, and increased support of various parts of the financial services industry through guarantees and pumping in increased liquidity.
You know what it means when there’s more government involvement with enterprises. Lots of regulations. Lots and lots of regulations. […]



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