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Cracks start to show for U.A.E. banks

By Bloomberg
19 January 2019   |   2:30 pm
Cracks are starting to show in the U.A.E. banking sector as a property and retail slump take a toll on lenders. While one of the country's smallest banks is being bailed out, problem loans are set to rise this year and lenders are exploring mergers to remain competitive.

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