• 12/04/2024 14:50

To boost business. The World Bank shows 500 million dollars of Ukraine

The Ministry of Economics of Ukraine and the World Bank are working on raising 500 million dollars . The proceeds will be used to finance projects to support Ukrainian business in 2024.

RBC-Ukraine informs about this through messages to the Ministry of Economics.

“I want to thank the World Bank for supporting Ukraine during the war. At this time, they plan to finance a program to support Ukrainian business for 500 million dollars. And this is even relevant for us, and even now we are working on unification of all related programs under a single Made brand In Ukraine to increase its efficiency,” said First Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine, Minister of Economy of Ukraine Yulia Sviridenko.

Behind the data of the Economy, the parties discussed ways to increase exports Ukraine's potential and the possibility of obtaining financing for the Light Bank before the implementation of the program Plgov crediting “Eoselya”. It was also discussed to expand the capabilities of the Export Credit Agency to insure war risks, including for small and medium-sized businesses.

The Ministry of Economics and the World Bank discussed the modernization of the program “Available loans 5-7-9%” and the possibility of stimulating Ukrainian banks to be more active in lending to businesses.

Program for compensation of loan rates for the increase in the cost of the state budget

About grama “Eoselya” began its work in the life of the past fate. Partner banks include Oschadbank, Privatbank, Ukrgasbank, Globus Bank, Sky Bank, Ukreximbank and Sense Bank.

Withdrawal of credit for the budget as representatives of other professions, as well as citizens, who do not suffer from the authorities of life or want paint your mind. For contract military personnel of the ZSU, readers, doctors and scientists, the tax rate is 3% of the tax rate. For other categories – participants in combat operations, veterans, military personnel, and other citizens – the mortgage rate will be set to 7%.

Since the beginning of this program, 5,898 families have taken out loans for their living expenses for a total amount of 8.8 billion hryvnia.

Read terms and important information about the war between Russia and Ukraine on the RBC-Ukraine channel in Telegram.

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