In the Media

Economic crises have allowed decisions to be taken at such speed that the voices of professionals have not been heard

PUBLISHED November 23, 2011

One precept remains stubbornly unaltered as the western economies struggle. It is the assumption by the European Commission, the IMF and the European Central Bank (the ?Troika?) that liberalising markets, by removing ?barriers to entry? and encouraging free market competition, inevitably equates to worthwhile gains for consumers.

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