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Here’s a Look at the World’s Worst Bad-Loan Ratios: Map

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(Bloomberg) -- For India, it’s a $207 billion mess, a pile-up of bad loans years in the making that’s dragging on growth. The country ranks second to Italy for the worst bad loan ratios among the world’s top-10 economies. Over the next year, the assets and debts of about 50 of India’s biggest defaulters may be sold off by court-appointed professionals, in a process in which banks are expected to take deep haircuts on their loans. To read more, click here.

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