CORONA SLOWS DOWN THE BUSINESS OF FOREIGN BANKS | HANDELSBLATT 03.09.2021 – QUOTES BY FCF
On September 3, 2021, Handelsblatt reports online on the corporate banking business of German banks and their foreign competitors. The market share of foreign banks is currently shrinking in Germany.
Arno Fuchs speaks to Handelsblatt from his expert perspective on this topic.
For example, an increasing caution can be observed among banks with regard to certain companies, which can be seen, among other things, in shorter terms for loans.
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