Czech Banks Seen Withstanding E.U. Recession

Czech banks are seen as resilient in the face of a potential European Union recession and heavy write-offs of exposure to E.U. member state debt, thanks to “strong capitalization, profitability and balance sheet liquidity,” according to the Czech National Bank.

  • 06 Mar 2012

Czech banks are seen as resilient in the face of a potential European Union recession and heavy write-offs of exposure to E.U. member state debt, thanks to “strong capitalization, profitability and balance sheet liquidity,” according to the Czech National Bank.

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