Fewer consumer loans in Poland in February

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February witnessed a slump in consumer loans against the previous month, the National Bank of Poland reported on Monday.

According to the central bank, only around PLN 200 million (EUR 43.3 million) in consumer loans were granted in February, more than PLN 90 million fever than in January.

Demand for private property loans also were down by over PLN 900 million, it said.

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