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Why are banks reluctant to issue new loans?

Banking regulator, the Financial Services Authority of Thailand, said that banks have no choice but to continue with old loans in the face of a shrinking banking sector and a slowdown in the economy.

Banks have taken on more debt as the economy shrinks.

The FASA said that they are not sure whether banks will be able to meet the increased interest rates on old loans as the banking sector shrinks, especially with the economy contracting for the third straight quarter.

A report by the Financial Market Association (FMA), a group of leading financial institutions, said the number of new lending applications from banks in 2016 was 8.2 per cent higher than the previous year, which was the biggest growth rate in four years.

Bangkok-based KBS Commercial Bank, which is Thailand’s biggest lender, said it expects to see an increase in its total number of loans issued this year.

“Our lending operations are still growing at a healthy pace,” it said in a statement.

It said that the growth rate for this year was up 7.3 per cent compared with 2015.

According to the FASI, the economy contracted for the second consecutive quarter in August, dropping to 6.5 per cent.

When will the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) become independent?

A bank that was once owned by the BSP is being sold off, as a major shareholder, for a new company with a stake in an international financial institution.

A BSP-owned bank is being bought by an entity that owns a major shareholding in the company that manages it, the Philippine Commercial Bank, or PCCB, reported the Philippine Star on Thursday.

The PCCA’s bank portfolio included a major stake in the national currency, the peso, as well as a significant shareholding from the Philippine Bank for International Cooperation.

The PBCB owns a substantial stake in PCCP Bank, which was a subsidiary of PCCS Group.

PCCP is a leading Philippine private bank that serves the country’s small and medium-sized enterprises and its clients, particularly exporters.

Its portfolio includes a majority stake in a company that handles money transfers to Chinese banks and has operations in China, Indonesia, and Malaysia.

“PCCB will become independent as of next year,” said the bank’s chief executive, Christopher Kudungano, in a statement on Thursday, adding that it will continue to be managed by a group of independent directors, including PCCD, a former member of the Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines.

Kudungans company, the bank, is owned by its chairman, the countrys largest shareholder, the PCCM, a billionaire real estate developer, who also has a stake as a director of the PBC.

The BSP, however, owns a significant stake in other companies that are part of PCCC, including a stake owned by an unnamed bank that manages the PCCC’s international investment arm.

The Philippines’ biggest bank has been in the news for years.

In August 2016, a BSP subsidiary that had been involved in the banks financial dealings was suspended by the Philippines government, for allegedly defrauding the government.

It later filed a lawsuit against the bank for alleged violations of the Bank Secrecy Act, which makes it illegal for private banks to hide their transactions.

Kuduns bank is not the only one to have faced regulatory scrutiny.

In January 2017, the BIS of Singapore, the world’s largest bank, revoked the BSC’s BSPs bank license, citing a lack of compliance with the countrysbankingcode.

The bank’s first big bank merger is about to take place—but how big?

The Bank of Thailand’s commercial bank (BCB) is going to merge with Bank of Southeast Asia (BSA) in a deal valued at more than $1.4 billion.

The bank’s commercial branch will be merged with BSA’s regional branch, the Bank of Siam, in an attempt to boost the BSA branch’s size.

The merger will help the BSB achieve its goal of expanding its banking operations to as many as 70 million people.

While the BNB is the second-largest lender in Thailand after the National Bank of Cambodia, the bank will also expand its remittances service to more people in the country.

It will also increase its credit coverage for foreign investors.

The BSB will now operate a separate branch in Bangkok, while the BCA will operate an additional branch in Siam.BSA’s headquarters will also be relocated to Bangkok.

The BSB’s regional headquarters in Bangkok will move to the city in the next few months.

The Bank of Bangkok will also buy a new, 24,000-square-foot office building in the city, according to a report in The Bangkok Post.

The building will house the bank’s headquarters, the BBC’s commercial banking division, and its branch office.

Banca BBS, BSB, and the other banks will retain their banking facilities.

But the merger will make it easier for BSA to expand its financial services business.

BSA will be able to sell shares and take on more debt, according the Post.

The news comes at a time when the Bank is battling to raise billions of dollars.

In March, the government announced a series of stimulus measures aimed at boosting the country’s economy.

The government has also proposed cutting the corporate tax rate to 25 percent, and it plans to introduce a 15 percent capital gains tax on private corporations.

The government hopes the measures will help revive the economy, boost the bank balance sheet, and help boost the country to its “golden age” and boost its GDP growth.

The new merger with BSB is part of a larger plan to boost BSA and its business by buying up commercial branches and establishing branches in other countries.BBS already has branches in Germany, the United Kingdom, Singapore, and Malaysia.

BSB said last month that it will begin operations in Malaysia in the coming months.