Tuesday 10, June 2008 by

Yearly growth in credit continues to slow down from January's high in Kuwait says NBK

In its latest economic brief on monetary developments, National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) reports that credit growth slowed down slightly in April with the reported $1.1 billion, +1.5 per cent, increase coming lower than the average monthly increase during 2007 or 2008.

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