Economy

December 31, 2009 2:48 PM

Goldman Sachs' response to latest McClatchy article

Goldman Sachs' chief spokesman, Lucas van Praag, issued the following statement in response to the latest installment in Greg Gordon's investigative series on the Wall Street firm, "Investors only could lose in Goldman's Caymans deals," published on Dec. 30.

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