As soon as Brazilian retailer Americanas disclosed accounting inconsistencies in the amount of R$20 billion (US$3.9 billion), the banks were at the center of the discussions.
This is because most of the debt was financed by financial institutions.
So much so that, at this moment, the relationship between shareholders and creditors is already starting to shake, which may further increase uncertainties regarding the future of the retailer.
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