Dutch Bank Guarantee Scheme

Dutch banks told the government on Friday that they will tap into the 200 billion euro ($265 billion) state loan guarantee scheme, a step that the Dutch Finance Ministry said would help expand credit. Dutch politicians have criticised banks for tightening credit to companies and consumers, and Dutch banking association NVB said the banks, insurers and pension funds agreed that the guarantee scheme would help spur loan expansion and financial stability.

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