Stricter UAE bank rules against money laundering hurt SME borrowing

Anti-money laundering regulations that are increasingly being strengthened by UAE banks are making it more difficult for small and medium-sized businesses to tap debt, according to the accountancy firm KPMG. SMEs have struggled to get financing in recent …
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