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Central: The grant of more than 33 billion dinars within the initiative one trillion dinars during the year 2018

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Central: The grant of more than 33 billion dinars within the initiative one trillion dinars during the year 2018

Post by claud39 on Sun Jan 13, 2019 6:46 am

http://economy-news.net/content.php?id=15048



Central: The grant of more than 33 billion dinars within the initiative one trillion dinars during the year 2018


13/01/2019













Economy News _ Baghdad



The Central Bank announced on Sunday that it has granted more than 33 billion dinars within the initiative of one trillion dinars to finance small and medium enterprises to banks participating in this initiative during the year 2018. 
A statement of the Central Bank received "Economy News" a copy of it, Supporting the Iraqi economy announced by the Central Bank of his initiative one trillion dinars to finance small and medium-sized enterprises gave banks participating in this initiative more than 33 billion dinars during the year 2018 to lend citizens wishing to establish new projects. 
He added that "the total amounts given to banks since the start of the initiative to finance small and medium enterprises in the year 2015 until 31/12/2018 amounted to more than 73 billion dinars, these projects were distributed on different sectors, the proportion of the commercial sector 59%, services 25%, industrial 12% and agricultural 4 % ".
The statement pointed out that "the banks participating in this initiative 34 banks, including 33 civil banks and one government bank, while the amounts of lending to these projects from five million dinars to 50 million dinars and could reach 100 million dinars after the approval of the Central Bank." 
It is noteworthy that all Iraqis are entitled to apply to the initiative of financing the small and medium-sized projects through the website of the initiative provided that the legal age of the borrower, especially that the benefits of loans supported and facilitated procedures.

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(Statement) initiative one trillion dinars to finance small and medium enterprises

Post by claud39 on Mon Jan 14, 2019 6:43 am

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January 14, 2019
(Statement) initiative one trillion dinars to finance small and medium enterprises















As part of the contribution to support the Iraqi economy, the Central Bank announced its initiative one trillion dinars to finance small and medium-sized projects granted the Central Bank of Iraq banks participating in this initiative more than 33 billion dinars during the year 2018 to lend citizens wishing to establish new projects.
He wished to clarify that the bank that the total amounts given to banks since the start of the initiative to finance small and medium enterprises in the year 2015 to 31/12/2018 amounted to more than 73 billion dinars, these projects were distributed on various sectors and the proportion of the commercial sector 59% and services 25% and industrial 12 % And agricultural 4%.
The initiative includes 34 banks, 33 private banks and one government bank, while loans for these projects ranged from five million dinars to 50 million dinars and could reach 100 million dinars after approval by the Central Bank.
It is noteworthy that all Iraqis are entitled to apply to the initiative of financing the small and medium-sized projects through the website of the initiative provided that the legal age of the borrower, especially that the benefits of loans supported and facilitated procedures.
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