Performance Review of the banking system

June 2009
Economic Review (05318955);Jun2009, Vol. 40 Issue 6, p39
The article provides information on the banking industry's performance review in Pakistan. The "Quarterly Performance Review of the Banking System," the banking operations in the country remained stable amidst the impact of the global economic recession and cites the resiliency of the company despite the downturn. Moreover, the State Bank of Pakistan elucidated the company's profitability as well as financial standing.


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