Banking regulators in the Czech Republic and other former communist countries have seen several institutions fall in the last five years. Ceska banka is an example of what went wrong by JEFF FREEMAN ONE OF THE MOST DIFFICULT ECONOMIC reforms faced by Central and Eastern Europe has been the creation of a two-tiered banking system. […]

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