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This is true both during interest spikes associated with the crises of 1988 and 1994, and on average. The pattern thus prevailed both when banks were nationalized and when they were in private ownership. Indeed, bank spreads were much higher on average during the years of nationalization, partly reﬂecting the banks’ need to crosssubsidize directed credit programs, though it has to be borne in mind that these were also by far the years of highest inﬂation. A curious ﬁnding is that the use of commissions and charges associated with lending was correlated with interest rate spreads, and to a greater extent during nationalization.
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