After Getting Hammered On Libya Fears, UniCredit Now Says It Can't Get In Contact With Vice President*


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UniCredit — the Italian bank that’s owned 7.3% by Libya — has a problem.Reuters:

However, (Chairman) Rampl said there were concerns because the bank was not able to contact UniCredit Vice Chairman Farhat Bengdara, who is also the governor of the Central Bank of Libya.


(Via MaxKeiser)

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