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A decade on, banks in some major economies have largely recovered from the global financial crisis (GFC). In others, however, legacies of bad assets continue to clog the banking system, stalling the engine of economic growth. The reasons for this divergence lie largely in the differing approaches governments took to recapitalising their banks after the crisis...

11 February 2019, by Mark Burgess

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