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More Credit with Fewer Crises 2011

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COLOGNY/SWITZERLAND, 18JAN11 - More Credit with Fewer Crises: Responsibility Meeting the Worlds Growing Demand for Credit
COLOGNY/SWITZERLAND, 18JAN11 - More Credit with Fewer Crises: Responsibility Meeting the Worlds Growing Demand for Credit

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