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Oct. 26 (Bloomberg) -- Hungarian savings banks’ capital and liquidity positions would allow them to boost forint lending to replace foreign-currency loans, said Karoly Szasz, head of the country’s financial regulator, according to Portfolio portal.
More than 500 billion forint ($2.3 billion) of foreign- currency loans could be replaced by forint loans as a result of stepped up lending by savings banks, the business news portal said, citing a speech by Szasz today.
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