Some commercial banks in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have suspended business with Qatari banks as a result of a major diplomatic spat in the region, Reuters reported on Tuesday, citing banking sources.
The sources said that lenders were holding off doing business until they receive more guidance on the dispute from their respective central banks on how to deal with the rift.
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