15 banks join in VND 30,000billion credit package

The State Bank in Ho Chi Minh City said some commercial banks pledged to loan 2,230 customers from VND 30,000billion credit package with total value of VND 1,880billion in 2014.

Deputy Director of the State Bank in HCMC Nguyen Hoang Minh said to date only two enterprises whose were loaned from this package are Hoang Quan Company and Thu Thiem Company with a total capital of VND 800billion. It is so little compared to the demand about building social houses in the city.

At present, the State Bank has allowed 15 banks to join in this credit package including Agribank, BIDV, VietinBank, VietcomBank, MHB, Eximbank, Bao Viet Bank, Saigon Bank (SCB), PVcombank, TPBank, OCB, VPBank, SeABank, Nam A Bank, and SHB

Accordingly, the disbursement of the VND 30,000billion credit package is expected to speed up in upcoming times.

H.N -Translated by T.Tran

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