Russian Banks’ Bad Debt Seen Stable

Russia’s central bank has determined that bad debts in the country’s banking system will not likely deteriorate further even if the global economic recovery is weaker than expected, according to Alexei Kudrin, its finance minister.

  • 11 Oct 2010
Russia’s central bank has determined that bad debts in the country’s banking system will not likely deteriorate further even if the global economic recovery is weaker than expected, according to Alexei Kudrin, its finance minister. Kudrin said in an interview that the central bank made its determination after ...

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