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Government bailout

The government stepping in to rescue a business or investment from financial difficulties

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A Quick Tip by einhverfr

  • Dec 14, 2010
If it's that necessary, we better look at decentralizing the critical industries so we don't have to do it again. Let the businesses fail, and let the government's only role be to agree to guarantee insurance claims that have to be liquidated as part of the end of insurance companies like AIG.
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review by . April 16, 2008
Allan Greenspan
Bear with me for a second here (pun intended)    A man was walking in the forrest when suddenly he was struck in the chest by an arrow. He laid there for hours dying until eventually being found by some nearby villagers. However instead of instantly tending to the mans wounds the villagers inquired how he came to be struck by this arrow.The injured man, barely hanging to life was unable to respond, so the villagers began to hypothesize, then debate, and then eventually argue …
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