In a statement issued by Deutsche Bank, international banks from over 40 countries have promised to maintain their credit lines to Turkey unchanged, albeit the deep financial crisis the country is experiencing.
In a meeting between Turkish government and central bank officials and senior representatives of 40 banks around the world, a pledge has been made to maintain the current interbank and trade credit lines to Turkish financial institutions, reported AFP news agency on Tuesday, June 12. — (MENA Report)
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