Banks Become Reluctant to Lend to Companies, Neue Luzerner Says
“The higher capital requirements and tensions in the inter-banking market lead banks to be more reluctant in giving out corporate loans,” Illy was cited as saying.
This forces companies to borrow money from capital markets, the newspaper said.
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