By Nick Duxbury, Nick Duxbury Nick Duxbury Nick DuxburyGlobal December 2008
The Swedish banking collapse of the early 1990s left the region blooded – and better prepared for the global banking crisis of today. Nick Duxbury reports from Stockholm and Copenhagen
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