Are we soon to see more regulations on banks, especially on investment banks? Paul Krugman thinks no regulation on "shandow banking system" is the reason why we got here today. He compared today's financial crisis with the Great Depression in 1930s. But aren't those regulated banks also in trouble? Can regulation solve the problem?
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