Bad Bank Undermining Budget Stability?

20 Nov 2014 / By STA, T. M.

The Bank Assets Management Company (BAMC) has been ordered by the government to stop cashing in state guarantees that it received as collateral when it took possession of non-performing loans from central banks.

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