Lebanese banks report 8% rise in 2012 deposits
- Lebanon: Thursday, February 14 - 2013 at 03:25
The governor of Lebanon's central bank, Riad Salameh has said the overall assets of commercial banks in the country rose 8% to $152bn, Business News has reported. Private sector deposits grew by 8% to $125bn. Foreign currency deposits at banks reached $81bn, up by 6%, while deposits in local currency jumped by 11% to the equivalent of $44bn. Deposits of non-residents grew by 13% to $24bn, Salameh said.
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