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7 September 2015 By George Hay

New accounting rules on how much lenders must put aside to cover future bad loans are sensible, but risk knocking holes in banks’ precious solvency ratios. The European Commission has a way to stop this happening. For once, red tape may be the banks’ friend. 

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