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VTB Bank granted preferential loans to Far Eastern enterprises for 1,39 billion rubles within the framework of SME Corporation program - EastRussia | Far East

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VTB Bank within the framework of the SME Corporation program issued preferential loans to Far Eastern enterprises for 1,39 billion rubles

This is 4,5% of the total loan portfolio of the bank for this program.

VTB Bank within the framework of the SME Corporation program issued preferential loans to Far Eastern enterprises for 1,39 billion rubles
A report from VTB in the Far Eastern Federal District states that the Primorsky Territory entered the top 20 in terms of distribution in the regional network of the bank. Thus, in Primorye, three representatives of regional business were financed for 0,86 billion rubles.

It should be noted that following the results of 2016 of the year, according to the program of the Corporation, SME VTB issued 31 billion rubles, the funds were received by 200 medium-sized companies.

Including the VTB group financed in the Far East under the program of the Corporation for SMEs such organizations as the Ogni Vostok collective farm (GK Akva-Resources, Primorsky Krai, Magadanryba LLC for bunkering vessels, DUK Avesta LLC (Primorsky region) for the construction of a logistics center in the city of Artem, OOO Soya (Amur Region) for the purchase of agricultural equipment, as well as ZAO Meat Processing Plant Elizovsky (Kamchatka Krai), OOO RPZ Maksimovsky (Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky) and OOO Mostovik Plus (Khabarovsk region).