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Taiwan banks’ NPL ratio at 0.16% in May

NPLs across the 39 domestic banks in the country totalled US$1.98b.
 
Taiwan banks’ average non-performing loans ratio stood at 0.16% in May, 0.05 percentage points lower than in the same month in 2021, according to data released by the Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC).
 
NPLs across the 39 domestic banks in Taiwan totalled US$1.98b (NT$57.58b), an increase of US$0.01b (NT$0.32b) from the $1.97b (NT$57.16b) as of end April.
 
Total outstanding loans across 39 domestic banks rose to $7.14b (NT$207.5b) during the same period.

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