Financial and Banking News
BUDGETS AND REVENUES
Saudi Arabia and Libya Increase Foreign Bank Deposits
According to figures recently published by the Basle-based Bank for International Settlements (BIS) covering borrowing and lending by commercial banks in the western industrialized economies during the first quarter of 1987, banks in both Saudi Arabia and Libya simultaneously cut their borrowing from foreign banks and increased their deposits with foreign banks during this period. On an...
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