Changes To The Commercial Banking Report

December 2008
India Commercial Banking Report;2008 4th Quarter, p9
Industry Profile
The article focuses on the commercial banking developments for the fourth quarter of 2008. It cites the impact of the global financial crisis to the commercial banking and insurance sector of developing countries which developed from the inter-banking liquidity resolutions of the U.S. and Great Britain governments. Moreover, it provides an overview on the looming problems in Europe where imbalances in the financial sector have caused the problems in the economies.


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