US President Donald Trump speaks before signing the Paycheck Protection Programme on April 24, to back small businesses on the brink of bankruptcy. Photo: AFP US President Donald Trump speaks before signing the Paycheck Protection Programme on April 24, to back small businesses on the brink of bankruptcy. Photo: AFP
US President Donald Trump speaks before signing the Paycheck Protection Programme on April 24, to back small businesses on the brink of bankruptcy. Photo: AFP
Ben Iverson
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Ben Iverson and Mark Roe

America is facing an unprecedented wave of bankruptcies. It must act now

  • The US has a narrow window to prepare its courts and judges for an epidemic of bankruptcies and ensure the smooth passage of restructuring. Leaving the system to be overwhelmed would spell economic disaster

US President Donald Trump speaks before signing the Paycheck Protection Programme on April 24, to back small businesses on the brink of bankruptcy. Photo: AFP US President Donald Trump speaks before signing the Paycheck Protection Programme on April 24, to back small businesses on the brink of bankruptcy. Photo: AFP
US President Donald Trump speaks before signing the Paycheck Protection Programme on April 24, to back small businesses on the brink of bankruptcy. Photo: AFP
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