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Submitted by Omer on

Nicely done Bob, it is good to have clear evidence on cronyism as well as its costs. Clearly legal and regulatory change going forward will be needed but since inquring minds want to know...has the judiciary and other authorities stepped in to deal with these 220 firms? Also, how does one deal with such firms without disrupting whole economies (assuming they are in critical sectors) or within sectors/markets - especially at a time of high unemployment and fragile markets overall? Tunisia is the first country in which we have the evidence, others will follow,presumably calling for some guidance of efficient and equitable ways of dealing with these firms.