Asset sales seen as a band-aid for bleeding banks
Bankers say proceeds from sale of assets are enough to only cover interest payments for a few quarters, after which the borrowers may struggle again
Mumbai: Indian lenders, who are pushing indebted firms to sell assets as they try and reduce the stress on their balance sheets, may only see temporary relief unless borrowers are persuaded to restructure their businesses to make them more sustainable.
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