Signs That Financial District May be
Changed for Good
By SARA KUGLER, Associated Press Writer
Oct 30, 2001
NEW YORK (AP) - Thousands of workers, stacked in skyscrapers, packed
within walking distance of each other in lower Manhattan - it once was ideal
for negotiating the world's financial business. But now, as giant cranes dip
into the fallen World Trade Center nearby, some are wondering whether the
very idea of a financial district concentrated downtown collapsed along with
the twin towers.
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