Bank Deleveraging Continued, Funding For Companies Up In 2016

03.20.2017 By Claudia Medrega

The foreign debt of banks in Romania, which includes the short and long-term lines of credit from their parent banks, dropped by EUR3.4 billion last year and reached about EUR11.2 billion in December. The deleveraging process continues, Romania’s central bank data show.

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