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Asian banks 'can withstand crisis' says Maybank CEO
5 December 2011 Last updated at 01:23 ET
There are concerns about Asia's economic growth and how its banking sector could be affected if the sovereign debt crisis in the eurozone isn't solved soon.
However the chief executive of Malaysia's largest bank Maybank, Abdul Wahid Omar, believes it is well placed to withstand and even benefit from any slowdown.
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