Bulgaria Loosens Bank Purse Strings

  • 21 Oct 2008
Bulgaria’s central bank is allowing banks to reduce their minimum reserves, thus releasing more cash to loan to customers. It took the move to reduce volatility in the interbank market, which was suffering from a lack of confidence. Central bank Governor Ivan Iskrov, however, has said the country’s ...

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