The Czech Republic has the highest number of indebted inhabitants from socially excluded areas among all of the central and eastern European countries, daily Lidové noviny reported on Friday, referring to a poll conducted by the Median agency. According to the results of the survey, more than a third of the socially excluded have a bank loan or have borrowed money elsewhere. In other countries, this number stands at around 20 percent, the daily writes. Nearly a fourth of the inhabitants of the socially excluded areas in the Czech Republic have borrowed from dubious sources.
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