RIGA - Several well-known personalities in Latvia do not want to pay off loans taken from banks, saying that they have not received this money, and often courts believe them and not the contracts, Reverta Supervisory Board Chairman Michael Bourke said in an interview with Dienas Bizness.The judicial system should be functioning properly even in crisis situations. Even those who are popular and connected with politics should be brought to trial, have their property seized and declared insolvent if necessary, explained Bourke.The banker is puzzled about the fact that some businessm...
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