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Austria's Raiffeisen International is considering entering the banking markets of former Soviet republics
Austria's Raiffeisen International, one of the world's largest banking groups, is considering entering the banking markets of former Soviet republics, CEO Herbert Stepic said Thursday. Raiffeisen International, which manages subsidiary banks and leasing companies in 16 countries of Central and Eastern Europe, is most of all interested in the banking markets of Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan, and is also considering its opportunities in other former Soviet republics, Stepic said. The chief executive also said the bank's efforts to join the banking markets of the former Soviet republics will depend on the specifics of national legislations.
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