“[GAO report] is going to show that, sure, there was indeed a subsidy during the crisis, but that subsidy may
be diminishing, and there may not be any left,” said Mayra Rodriguez Valladares, the managing
principal at consultancy MRV Associates.
“I don’t think that the regulators are going to hear tomorrow that there’s little to no subsidy, let’s
loosen up the rules,” she said. “The regulators are under a lot of pressure to get rules finalized.”