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The magazine

February 2016

Fixing Europe’s restructuring regime

The EU's fragmented insolvency rules have many critics. But there's little consensus on whether the goal should be a single market, minimum standards, or something in between. In this month's cover story, Lizzie Meager assesses the arguments and actions shaping the Europe-wide debate, and the restructures that are proving the biggest calls to action

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