Bahrain’s central bank has asked banks and financing firms to extend loan repayments for six more months from January, as it moves to mitigate the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on businesses and individuals.
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The central bank said it would reassess the need for continuing with such concessionary measures in 2021.
This month Fitch Ratings said banks in the region would see more asset-quality deterioration in 2021, when loan deferral programmes and regulatory flexibility for banks to recognise impairments end.
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