Aussie Charities, Churches Fall Victim To Subprime Crisis

18 Aug 2008

Australian charities and churches are among those that have fallen victim to the subprime crisis, with a collective potential loss of up A$1.735 billion ($2 billion). The nonprofits, as well as local councils, are said to have significant exposure to collateralized debt obligations, through institutions such as Commonwealth ...

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