Countries With Lowest Loans To Private Sector - Bottom 10 World

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Loans To Private Sector Latest Reference
Australia
Burundi
Central African Republic
Chad
Colombia
Denmark
Equatorial Guinea
Israel
Mauritania
Republic of the Congo

Colombia Net Domestic Credit to Private Sector stands at 89.78 COP Billion. Source: Banco de la Republica, Colombia. Current Prices, NSA. Forecast: 133.7294 COP Billion.
Central African Republic Loans To Private Sector latest value is 120.10 XOF Billion. Source: Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO). Forecast: 120.4 XOF Billion.
Denmark Loans to Private Sector was last reported at 352.06 DKK Billion. Source: Danmarks Nationalbank. Current Prices, NSA. Forecast: 350.4 DKK Billion.
Mauritania Loans To Private Sector stands at 387.00 MRO Billion. Source: Central Bank of Mauritania. Forecast: 385.5 MRO Billion.
Chad Loans To Private Sector latest value is 548.10 XOF Billion. Source: Bank of Central African States. Forecast: 551.5 XOF Billion.
Israel Loans To Private Sector was last reported at 550.70 ILS Billion. Source: Central Bank of Israel. Current Prices, NSA. Forecast: 548.93 ILS Billion.
Burundi Loans To Private Sector stands at 724.92 BIF Billion. Source: Bank of Burundi. Forecast: 719.8 BIF Billion.
Australia Loans to Private Sector latest value is 882.87 AUD Billion. Source: Reserve Bank of Australia. Forecast: 885.571 AUD Billion.
Equatorial Guinea Loans To Private Sector was last reported at 1019.30 XOF Billion. Source: Bank of Central African States. Forecast: 1001.2 XOF Billion.
Republic Of The Congo Loans To Private Sector stands at 1023.60 XOF Billion. Source: Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO). Forecast: 1035 XOF Billion.
The country with lowest Loans To Private Sector is Equatorial Guinea (1019.30 XOF Billion in Jul 2014) followed by Republic of the Congo (1023.60 XOF Billion in Jul 2014) in the second position and Central African Republic (120.10 XOF Billion in Jul 2014) in the third.