Tajikistan: Major Debtors to Collapsed Bank Detained
The state anticorruption agency in Tajikistan has detained three major debtors to a recently liquidated bank, raising vague prospects that long-suffering accountholders might get some of their savings back.
Tojprombank was officially wound down in February, but many customers are unable to get a hold of their money as the lender is still owed millions by delinquent businesses.
According to the latest information available, the bank still has to pay out around $62 million. At the moment, Tojprombank’s administrators are cashing out accountholders in dribs and drabs — paying them 1,000 somoni ($112) per month.
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