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Aftershock: how has your world changed?
The collapse of Lehman Brothers on 15 September 2008 was the largest bankruptcy in US corporate history and signalled the beginning of a traumatic period for economies, companies and people around the world.
One year on from these pivotal events the BBC is investigating the impact of the global recession on all facets of life since that fateful day, in its three-week season 'Aftershock'.
How has the global recession of the past year affected you? Have you had to make significant adjustments to the way you live? Have you experienced job loss, mounting debt, or losing your home? How has your world changed?
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Thursday, 27 August, 2009, 13:35 GMT
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