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Total assets of Georgian commercial banks increased by 157.0 billion GEL
17:35 30.07.2012
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According to the data of the National Bank of Georgia, in July, 2012, compared with the previous month, total assets of Georgian commercial banks increased by 157.0 billion GEL and constituted 13.1 billion GEL.

The banking sector in Georgia is represented by 18 commercial banks, including 15 foreign-controlled banks and two branches of non-resident banks.

The share of foreign capital in banks' total paid-in capital constituted to 75.9 percent.

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