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Arbitration body mediating 10,000 complaints over FX loans

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About 10,000 cases related to settlement of borrowersʼ relief have been brought before the Financial Arbitration Body for mediation, Hungarian economy daily Napi Gazdaság reported. 

Approximately 1,500 of the cases have already been settled, the bodyʼs spokesperson, Tünde Kardos-Nagy, told the paper. Borrowers who believe their lenders failed to compensate them sufficiently for overcharges in foreign exchange loans may bring their cases to the board.

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