Czech households’ borrowing from banks climbed by around 11 billion crowns in October from September according to the latest figures released by the Czech National Bank. Year on year the total household debt has risen by around 94 billion crowns to now total 1.4 trillion crowns. Company debts rose between September and October by around 7.0 billion crowns to total 1.22 trillion crowns.
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