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July 30, 2009


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Stuart Bruce

Fascinating post. It's interesting about the whole bank manager/central decision thing. From personal experience it's apparant that central decision makers don't even study the business plan provided as we've twice had them come back and ask questions that were in the plan. Ironically actually in the executive summary, which only required them to read ONE page!

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