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ECB credit inquiry 'ordinary' practice says ABI

'Not aimed at specific action'

ECB credit inquiry 'ordinary' practice says ABI

Rome, January 19 - A European Central Bank inquiry into some Italian banks' bad loans "is part of the preliminary activities of the ECB task force and is an ordinary practice of stock taking on which to base subsequent action," the head of the Italian Banking Association, Giovanni Sabatini, said Tuesday. He stressed it was "not an oversight action aimed at adopting specific measures towards certain banks". Sabatini also noted the request for information had been made for other eurozone banks too, not just Italian ones.

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