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No kuna matata

21 September 2015 By Dominic Elliott

The EU’s newest member has voted to hit lenders with the cost of switching citizens’ Swiss franc-denominated loans to euros. That’s tougher than similar Hungarian and Polish conversions, and the legal and social grounds are weak. As the ECB has warned, foreign investors may flee.

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