India’s landmark Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) has inflicted heavy losses on the nation’s banks this year. The law has nevertheless provided more transparency in the market and has reduced non-performing loan recovery periods.
Cumulative losses for state banks were large enough to wipe out almost all of the government's capital injections of US$13bn, while weak performance is likely to continue in the coming year.
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