Good news offered by the Economist report Wednesday that banks in the Eurozone expected to relax the conditions for giving credit to businesses and households in the third quarter. This development arises from the survey that the European Central Bank (ECB) conducted among 118 banks in the region. The conditions of European banks in terms of their access to funding and liquidity position are helping to change the willingness of banks to lend. to generate funding for the economy and the recovery in external demand (mainly from the U.S. and China) are the key elements for the end of the recession and the beginning of economic growth in the eurozone.

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