Deutsche Bank has no plans to pull out of Asian countries – CEO

“Our first steps outside of Germany nearly 150 years ago were in fact in this region, in China and Japan. We knew then, as we know now, how fundamental Asia is to our global business,” Sewing said. Deutsche Bank is present in 15 Asian countries …
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