Belarus: Foreign bank assets

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 Belarus

Foreign bank assets as percent of the total bank assets

 Latest value 31
 Year 2013
 Measure percent of total bank assets
 Data availability 2005 - 2013
 Average 23.44
 Min - Max 13 - 33
 Source Global Financial Development Database
For that indicator, we provide data for Belarus from 2005 to 2013. The average value for Belarus during that period was 23.44 percent of total bank assets with a minimum of 13 percent of total bank assets in 2006 and a maximum of 33 percent of total bank assets in 2012. The latest value from 2013 is 31 percent of total bank assets. For comparison, the world average in 2013 based on 108 countries is 37.99 percent of total bank assets. See the global rankings for that indicator or use the country comparator to compare trends over time.
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Belarus - Foreign bank assets - recent values

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Belarus - Foreign bank assets - historical chart - 2005-2013




Definition: Percentage of the total banking assets that are held by foreign banks. A foreign bank is a bank where 50 percent or more of its shares are owned by foreigners.


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