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Why Bankruptcies Filed in 2021 Dropped, and Why 2022 Could Be Different

Bloomberg Government
January 6, 2022

"No one would call 2021 an uneventful year. The US Capitol was stormed in a would-be insurrection. Inflation surged to levels not seen in decades. And almost 300 million people worldwide were infected by COVID-19 as the emergence of variants wrecked any return to normalcy. But for bankruptcy, a sector usually goosed by global disruption, it was unusually quiet."

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