Unfortunately, it appears that little is being done to pursue these measures, as politicians prefer to destroy their political enemies immediately -- thus shunning the hard work associated with addressing systemic failures. After all, investors should know that it is this interaction between financial market development, legal change and administrative character which has led us to where we are, and will guide us to where we will be in the future.
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