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Value of corporate loans in Central and Eastern Europe 2016

Total value of corporate loans in Central and Eastern Europe in 2016, by country (in billion euros)

by James Cherowbrier, last edited Aug 30, 2018
Value of corporate loans in Central and Eastern Europe 2016 This statistics illustrates the value of corporate loans by leading banks in Central and Eastern Europe in 2016, according to data published by Deloitte. It can be seen that Poland had the highest value of corporate loans in 2016 at approximately 78.2 billion euros. This was followed by the Czechia and the Ukraine with corporate loans of 36.12 billion euros and 29.8 billion euros respectively.
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by James Cherowbrier, last edited Aug 30, 2018
This statistics illustrates the value of corporate loans by leading banks in Central and Eastern Europe in 2016, according to data published by Deloitte. It can be seen that Poland had the highest value of corporate loans in 2016 at approximately 78.2 billion euros. This was followed by the Czechia and the Ukraine with corporate loans of 36.12 billion euros and 29.8 billion euros respectively.
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