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August 20, 2009updated 12 Apr 2017 4:33pm

Czech leasing down 54% over year

Czech leasing companies financed CZK 22.8 bln (892.4 million) worth of assets in the first half of 2009, demonstrating a year-on-year drop of 54.2 percent According to Czech leasing association CLFA, the average value of leasing deals has increased, as has the proportion of operating leases Road transport asset leasing continued to dominate the market, with passenger cars gaining more prominence and used vehicles seeing a dropoff.

By Fred Crawley

Czech leasing companies financed CZK 22.8 bln (€892.4 million)
worth of assets in the first half of 2009, demonstrating a
year-on-year drop of 54.2 percent.

According to Czech leasing association CLFA, the average value
of leasing deals has increased, as has the proportion of operating
leases.

Road transport asset leasing continued to dominate the market,
with passenger cars gaining more prominence and used vehicles
seeing a dropoff.

Fred Crawley

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