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Fitch’s Riley Doesn’t Expect French Gov’t To Have To Save Banks

January 12, 2012

Jan. 12 (Bloomberg) -- The French government is unlikely to have to come to the rescue of the country’s banks, said David Riley, head of the sovereign-debt unit at Fitch Ratings.

France “is not a crisis country,” Riley said at a Fitch presentation in Paris.

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