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Weak capital ties Italian banks to bad debts

Milan

ITALIAN banks are struggling to sell billions of euros of bad debts, making it hard for them to support new lending and help the country leave behind a three-year recession. The bad debts, piled up during the worst economic slump since World War II, linger despite a balance-sheet

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