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Le tasse dei banchieri di AIG

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Solo una cosa, su cui mi trovo d'accordo: il piano di Geithner fa cascare le braccia. E quando leggo:

At the same time, administration officials strove over the weekend to reassure potential investors that they will not be subjected to the sort of pressures, criticism and public outrage that followed reports of the million-dollar bonuses to executives of the American International Group.

[...] some executives at private equity firms and hedge funds, who were briefed on the plan Sunday afternoon, are anxious about the recent uproar over millions of dollars in bonus payments made to executives of the American International Group.

Some of them have told administration officials that they would participate only if the government guaranteed that it would not set compensation limits on the firms, according to people briefed on the conversations.

Mr. Geithner made it clear on Monday that no limits on executive compensation would be imposed on companies that invest — unless the companies are already subject to such limitations as recipients of TARP money — because the government do not want to discourage investor participation.

... fa alterare anche me. Adesso entriamo nel seguente giochino: Geithner che supplica gli investitori privati di comprare, e gli investitori che dicono si pero' allora non mi metti tutti 'sti vincoli di cui vanno cianciando quattro scalmanati puzzolenti.