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Darling's surprise

24 March 2010 By George Hay

The statedominated UK banks have been ordered to increase gross loans to British businesses by 18 percent this year. The targets look achievable. But the creation of a new body to review lending decisions is a reminder that RBS and Lloyds remain hamstrung compared to peers.

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