Thursday 16, February 2017 by Matthew Amlôt

S&P: Banks in the Levant and North Africa continue to face hurdles in 2017

Banks in the Levant and North Africa have broadly exhibited a stable credit profile in an unstable environment in 2016, says S&P in a report. However the agency expects banking systems in Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, and Tunisia to continue to face obstacles. For further details, see Continued Hurdles Expected In 2017 For Banks In The Levant And North Africa, published today.

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