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24 February 2015 By Fiona Maharg-Bravo

A high court judge has told the state-dominated lender and ex-management to set aside 800 mln euros for refunding investors in its botched 2011 IPO. Madrid deserves the most blame, and the biggest bill. Minority shareholders should cough up too, but with the amount capped.

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