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First, do no harm

4 July 2016 By Neil Unmack

The EU bank regulator wants the Tuscan bank to sell bad loans quicker. It’s right, but MPS could need capital. That may require a politically contentious bail-in of Italian creditors, or Brussels to cave in to Prime Minister Matteo Renzi by watering down state aid rules.

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