Dutch Bank ING The Latest To Get A Cash Infusion
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NPR's Business News starts with more financial bailouts overseas. Governments around the world continue to announce financial rescue plans. Today, Dutch officials poured more than $13 billion into their country's largest bank, ING. Over the weekend, ING became the latest European bank to seek government help. And Swedish officials today announced they're setting up a bailout fund. They'll also guarantee some Swedish bank debt of up to $200 billion.
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