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Banco Ambrosiano, Italy's second-largest private bank, collapsed in 1982 when it became unable to collect approximately $1.3 billion in loans to foreign shell companies with ties to the Vatican Bank. The scandal disrupted financial markets, damaged the Vatican's reputation, and led ...

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