Not only has the combined profit of the Andean country’s private banks dropped 21 per cent last year as the government of leftwing president, Rafael Correa, tightened its grip on the sector. But elsewhere, the industry is being probed for telling customers that a bank tax bill proposed by Correa to fund welfare programmes would undermine the country’s financial system. Continue reading »
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