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It’s no secret that businesses around the world have been hoarding cash since the Great Recession. On the surface, this makes sense. Money in the bank is readily available when it’s needed for investments, and it can serve as a financial buffer should hard times hit again. However, many companies accumulate cash by squeezing their suppliers—a practice that a recent survey suggests may undermine the stability of the economy overall.

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