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Shipping loans keep NordLB in an iron grip

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Shipping bank NordLB closed the first nine months of the year with a significant deficit, largely due to loans to the shipping sector. The bank projects a total loss for 2016 of more than EUR 1 billion.


BY DANIEL LOGAN BERG-MUNCH
Published 24.11.16 at 14:23

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