Profits up as sector declines

Harper, Joe
December 2001
Warsaw Business Journal;12/3/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 49, pS2
Reports on the decline in the overall net profit of banks in Poland during the first three quarters of 2001. Impact of the negative macroeconomic situation; Obligation of banks to increase reserves at a time when demand for credit was falling.


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