French Banks Amid the Global Financial Crisis
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KeywordsCredit risk; Corporate sector; Bank restructuring; Bank soundness; Asset management; Bank supervision; Banking sector; Business cycles; Financial instruments; Financial crisis; International financial markets; Liquidity management; France; Risk management; Profits; Recapitalization; French banks; debt guarantee; government support; refinancing; banking; capital adequacy; subordinated debt; Financial Institutions and Services: Government Policy and Regulation; General Financial Markets;
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