Issues On The Specific Terms Of Credit Agreements
The credit is a source for financing consumption as well as a power creating imbalances when credits do not comply with the destination they were awarded for, provided that the customer evaluation is not real and does not provide sufficient guarantees. The need for liquidity is given by the purpose and the needs of theclients,which are also based on the bank’s interests. The banking activity is a specific activity and therefore the terms ofthe credit agreements have a specific character. Therefore, the objectives of this research seekthe specificity of the credit agreements terms that will be presentedat full length.
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