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Borrowing rates drop in July as deposit rates rise

By Stelios Orphanides

The cost of borrowing fell in Cyprus in July compared to the previous month, mainly benefiting bank customers who applied for consumer loans or companies which borrowed more than €1m, the Central Bank of Cyprus said.



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