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Liquidity and credit problems and the effect on the soundness of Tunisian groups (GDA )

Neily, Oussama and Neily, Mohamed (2022): Liquidity and credit problems and the effect on the soundness of Tunisian groups (GDA ).

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Abstract

Many failures in water distribution groups (GDA) have been induced. We will try through this research to explore the main sources of groups fragility. We will use as a sample, 10 commercial groups operating in The Tunisian territory. Our research covers a 10-year study period from 2011-2021. It discusses the relationship between liquidity risk and credit risk as well as the implications for the strength of GDA groups during the same period. Most academic research validates that credit risk and liquidity risk do not have a contemporary or temporally significant reciprocal relationship economically and the idea of the relationship between the two risk categories is positive and can amplify other risk categories.

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