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U.S. Treasury Secretary announced a new financial rescue plan

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    U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner announced a comprehensive financial rescue plan worth a 1.5 trillion U.S. dollars on Tuesday in response to the current economic crisis. Rescue plan is the core of government and private funds through co-operation to resolve non-performing assets of financial institutions by the credit market to resume normal operation. Plan consists of three parts. Crucial part includes the establishment of a private investment by the Government composed of 500 billion U.S. dollars of seed money to absorb non-performing assets of financial institutions. The second major project is that the U.S. Federal Reserve credit assistance program will be expanded to the size of one trillion U.S. dollars in order to facilitate the functioning of credit markets. The third component is added to the plight of financial institutions in the capital injection.

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