IMF Says Russian Banks Concealing Bad Debt May Need More CapitalBy
Non-performing loans may be higher than reported level of 9.2%
Russia spent $16 billion to recapitalize banks amid recession
Russia’s banking industry risks a capital shortfall of as much as 1 percent of gross domestic product after under-reporting bad debt during the economic crisis, according to the International Monetary Fund.
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