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World markets  |  June 19, 2012 18:15:17

Greek banks' losses from bad loans in the next three years will reach 30 billion euros

ATHENS (MEDIAFAX) - Greek banks will come in the next three years about 30 billion euros of bad loans. Informed the agency on Tuesday said.

It results from the stress study, analysis of possible development loans in stressful conditions, drafted to order the Greek central bank, Bank of Greece BlackRock Solutions. Analysis of the aim was to estimate how much money banks will need in the indebted country to cover losses from bad loans.

Greek banks hard hit by the debt crisis, and for five years of recession, the southern economy. The government in Athens has had to ask foreign creditors to two emergency loans and strict austerity measures signed by the rise in unemployment, which rises steadily in the first quarter climbed to a record 22.6 percent.

"According to Blackrock expected losses from defaulted loans over three years to grow under stress scenarios to 30 billion euros," said Panagiotis Rumeliotis, Vice Chairman of Piraeus Bank of Greece and former representative of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Tomáš Králíček,

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