Volume of short-term loans to nongovernmental commercial organizations given by Reserve, South Ural Bank of Social Development, goes down by 75.6% throughout January to May, reports Central Bank of Russia

According to the Central Bank of Russia, the volume of short-term loans to nongovernmental commercial organizations given by Reserve, South Ural Bank of Social Development, for a term of 31 to 90 days has gone down by 75.6% (from 6,185,000 RUR to 1,500,000 RUR) throughout January 1, 2006 to June 1, 2006.

In addition, the volume of short-term loans to nongovernmental commercial organizations given by the Bank for a term of 91 to 180 days has decreased from 10,480,000 RUR to 2,500,000 RUR, or by 76.1%, throughout January 1, 2006 to June 1, 2006.


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