Poland Risks Financial Meltdown If Loan Conversion EnactedBy
Bank regulator says lenders' costs would dwarf industry profit
Budget losses would spiral if banks collapse from legislation
Poland’s banking regulator said a draft law aimed at converting $42 billion in loans denominated in foreign currencies risks the stability of the country’s banks and public finances.
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