Red ink at Credit Lyonnais

Branegan, Jay; Crumley, Burce
March 1995
Time International (South Pacific Edition);3/27/95, Issue 12, p44
Reports on the losses of Credit Lyonnais. Size of the debt; Problems with the relationship between the French government and its state-owned businesses; Management by Jean-Yves Haberer; Lending money to enable financier Giancarlo Parretti to buy the MGM movie studio; Bailout plan.


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