Eight-month credit in Hanoi rises 8.3 percent
The short-term loan balance hit VND967 trillion while the medium and long-term debt balance was VND1.4 quadrillion.
The lending rates of loans in Vietnamese dong was 5.5-8 percent per year for short time and 7.5-9.5 percent per year for medium and long terms. The maximum short-term lending rate for prioritised sector was 4.5 percent per year.
Due to fluctuations in the issuance of valuable papers in Vietnamese dong, capital mobilisation increased sharply in August, at VND360 trillion, up 38.6 percent month-on-month and 40.3 percent compared to the beginning of the year.
The total mobilised capital of credit institutions in the city was estimated at VND4.09 quadrillion in the first eight months of the year, a hike of 3.6 percent against the past month and 9.2 percent compared to the end of last year.
The interest rates in Vietnamese dong averaged 3-4 percent per year for deposits for the term from one month to less than 6 months, 3.8-6 percent per year for the term from 6 months to 12 months, and 5-7 percent per year for the term from 12 months or more.
Credit institutions in the city are actively promoting the implementation of support measures for customers facing difficulties due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Many debts have seen payment deadlines rescheduled, and interest rates waived or reduced. As a result, customers can access more credit sources to maintain production and business activities.