18 June 2000 IPB, the Czech Republic’s third-largest bank, was put under forced administration on 16 June when armed police occupied the bank’s downtown headquarters. The bank lost $610 million in deposits throughout the week and its share price fell to an all time low of 72 crowns ($2) on 14 June. The mass queues […]

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