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Left in the lurch

7 July 2010 By Jason Bush

International Industrial Bank, a midsize lender owned by Kremlinlinked tycoon Sergei Pugachev, has defaulted on a 200 million euro bond. The episode shows good connections don’t guarantee state support. It’s also a rare example of bank creditors being forced to take a haircut.

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