by Jeff Freeman AFTER THE LATVIAN ECONOMIC COURT declared Banka Baltija insolvent, investigators found that the bank was tied to a Russian concern called Intertek Bank, a revelation that compounded the mystery of Ceska banka. Intertek Bank was founded in 1993, when Megionneftegaz and Sibillioneftegazpere-rabotka (Russian oil and gas companies) and Roskontrakt (the Russian federal […]

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