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Bad bank starts to take shape

The contours of India’s long-awaited “bad bank” have emerged over the past couple of weeks. The bad bank will help to restructure the loans of heavily-indebted firms and facilitate a clean-up of the balance sheets of commercial banks. But there are limits to what it will achieve. Ultimately, a bad bank will only help to deal with the symptoms rather than the cause of banking sector problems.

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