EUR 472m in due credit deferred, EUR 387m in crisis loans secured

Ljubljana – Banks in Slovenia approved around EUR 472 million worth of loan payment deferrals in what have been roughly seven months of the coronacrisis. By 16 October they have moreover issued EUR 387.3 million worth of liquidity loans needed because of the crisis. Companies have meanwhile made very limited use of the state guarantees available for loans. The deferrals became mandated by law as part of a stimulus package that entered into force at the end of March, meaning soon after the Covid-19 epidemic was declared. A one-year deferral…

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