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Monte Paschi, Carige To Present Recovery Plans Soon: Bank Of Italy

ROME (Reuters) - Italy's Monte dei Paschi and Carige, the two banks that fared worst in the ECB's recent stress tests, will soon unveil plans aimed at strengthening their capital bases, and the Bank of Italy will oversee those plans' implementation, the head of the Italian central bank said on Friday. Ignazio Visco added that bad loans were still a problem for Italy's banking sector.
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