Czech Banks' Unpaid Loans Rise to 6.1% of Lending, Lidove Noviny Reports

The number of non-performing loans held by Czech banks is rising, Lidove Noviny reported, citing data from the Czech central bank.

Unpaid loans represented 6.1 percent of the bank’s overall portfolio in July, up from 4.4 percent a year earlier, the newspaper said.

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