EM banks will face an increase in loan losses this year, but the good news is that banking sectors on the whole appear well-placed to absorb these, particularly in parts of Latin America, Emerging Europe and the MENA where capital buffers are high. That said, India’s banking sector remains a weak link, loan loss absorption capacity looks low in parts of Asia and there are some tail risks in Poland, Colombia and Israel.
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