Mauritius Commercial Sees Profit Falling 10% on Bad LoansKamlesh Bhuckory
Mauritius Commercial Bank, the island nation’s biggest lender by market value, expects net income to shrink 10 percent this fiscal year as it increases provisions for bad loans, according to the head of its banking unit.
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