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23 Jul 2019 By Lisa Jucca

The country’s lenders are collectively rescuing wobbly peer Carige after buyers walked away. It’s an imperfect solution, but lighter on taxpayers than a bailout, and avoids a risky liquidation. It also shows how European rules designed to let banks fail are ineffective.

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