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In absolute terms, the consumption and real estate sectors accounted for 49% of their total domestic credit.
Jessica Combes The Bank maintained its IIRA rating with a longterm domestic credit rating of A and A1 with a stable outlook Bank of Khartoum has released its financials for the year 2017 subsequent to its Annual General Meeting of its shareholders.
"Domestic credit card firms are experiencing difficulties in sales as more Korean customers buy products directly from overseas markets."
He has an extensive 22 years of experience in the field of export and domestic credit insurance and has held various positions throughout his career at Credit Oman.
The report by the World Bank shows that the reversal of the interest rate cap must be accompanied by other structural reforms to boost domestic credit to the private sector.
Similarly, domestic credit growth of the Islamic banks also rose 7.4 percent to 325 dirhams billion in the first quarter of 2017.
Moreover, the estimates of causality test for short run suggested that out of three proxies of banking sector development only domestic credit to private sector causes economic growth in Morocco.
(NYSE: MCO) has acquired full ownership of Korea-based domestic credit ratings provider Korea Investors Service, the company said.
KUWAIT - The banking system in Kuwait remained sound and stable during 2015, where domestic credit posted a healthy growth, Governor of the Central Bank of Kuwait (CBK) said.
This paper examines the relationship among hi-tech exports, school enrollment (tertiary) and domestic credit to private sector in Bangladesh through co-integration and vector error correction model (VECM) over the period 1989 to 2014.
The banks' domestic credit rose to 8.3 per cent during the first 11 months of 2015, compared with 6.2 per cent in 2014.
Well aligned with the domestic credit cycle, deposits also declined by 2.6 percent.