Europe Makes Way For Ge Capital

It's a real challenge to the Continent's banks

Not far from the center of Leeds in northeastern England is Burton Business Park, an industrial complex that dates from the 1930s. With loading bays that look like row houses and other antiquated flourishes, it seems a relic. But the 1,000 or so people working on the site for General Electric Capital Services Inc. are doing their bit to reshape Europe's economy.

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