Generous lending to bank shareholders – among other problems – caused several bank failures in Latvia and Lithuania, and regulators in both countries are facing the difficulties of cleaning up by IMANTS PAEGLIS SEVERE BANKING CRISES IN LATVIA AND Lithuania rocked public confidence, siphoned funds from the state budgets, and forced the governments to create […]

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