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Groundhog Day

11 May 2012 By Fiona Maharg-Bravo

Lenders must set aside a further 30 billion euros against real estate losses and segregate troubled property assets. Though this is helpful, bad debts will rise elsewhere. And the government is providing less than 15 billion euros of fresh capital. That won’t restore confidence.

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