Ralston Quoted on Economic Stimulus Package

25 May 2009 Financial Times News
Foley partner David Ralston was quoted in an article titled "Initiative backfires for US companies" in the May 25, 2009 issue of Financial Times. Ralston discusses domestic procurement agreements that require companies to purchase U.S.-made goods in order to complete projects funded by the economic stimulus package, noting that some organizations have issued waivers of these requirements to allow companies to access stimulus money and begin projects sooner.

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