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Bailed again

31 March 2016 By Neil Unmack

The Italian government wants to compensate retail creditors of four failed banks through a bank levy. That may save the government the cost. Yet making other banks pay weakens lenders. And, the more creditors are protected, the worse they will be in holding management to account. 

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