Honduran businessmen ask for more resources from the banks

Local businessmen have started to line up hoping to get credit from the banks.

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Several of them have started to process credit to finance the thirteenth month of pay and unlike last year, their request for resources are in process of being answered.

The president of the Honduran Council of Private Companies (Cohep), Amilcar Bulnes, commented that banks have less resources for loans to finance the production, construction and purchase of raw materials compared to last year.

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