Do foreign banks lend less to small and medium enterprises than domestic banks in Developing countries? Analysis of data from four countries in Latin America suggests that although small foreign banks lend less than small domestic banks, the difference for large banks is considerably less.Argentina According to a recent study on small business lending conducted by the central bank of Argentina, loans to ... According to the aforementioned study, a small business with up to 2.5 million dollars in debt, on average borrows up to 1 million dollars from any individual bank. ... which is roughly equal to 1 .5 million dollars.3 Colombia The Superintendency of Banks in Colombia requires banks to anbsp;...
|Title||:||Bank Lending to Small Businesses in Latin America|
|Publisher||:||World Bank Publications - 2002|