Vote for the top business story of 2011

Shortlist: Avoiding a recession, the summer of discontent, the Ofers Brothers scandal, Fischer runs for IMF.

December 21, 2011 17:30

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The year 2011 was a big one for business stories, with the recession affecting everyone from the man on the street to wealthy tycoons. It was a year that saw people from all over the world take to the streets demanding economic justice. 

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From the OECD slashing  growth forecasts , the Trajtenberg report for economic change, probing the  Ofer Brothers' business dealings, Stanley Fischer's IMF candidacy to tycoons reneging on their bonds' debt  . Which business story of 2011 had the biggest impact on you?

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