Middle East banks stronger as companies learn to build in slow growth economies

04 February 2010

Banks in the region are expected to see healthier profits when compared to international counterparts, although growth will slow down, and could benefit from making targeted acquisitions while prices of businesses are cheaper. In part, Middle East banks suffered less because they put in place better loan loss provisions. Those provisions are expected to remain high this year.

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