Demir Bank failure highlights Turkish instability but anxiety eases as treasury guarantees loans

08 Dec 2000

The loan market took a direct hit on Wednesday when Turkey's ninth largest bank, Demir Bank, went into state administration, only two weeks after it signed a $140m loan. But investors were reassured when the Turkish treasury announced that deposits and loans from foreign banks were to ...

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