these data suggest that the credit agreements on the wage Fund (PAYROLL) more than 96 billion rubles were issued at 0% (about 37,8 thousand loan agreements). About 148 thousand loan agreements on PAYROLL of nearly 347 billion rubles were issued at 2%. In the message of Ministry of economic development emphasized that among received preferential credits enterprises – small, medium and large business, micro-enterprises and socially oriented non-commercial organizations.
in addition to crisis conditions was adapted programme subsidy for loans to small and medium businesses at 8.5% (in the framework of the national project “Small and medium entrepreneurship and support individual entrepreneurial initiative”). Of the conditions of participation in the program, it was possible the requirement of the borrower about absence of debts on taxes and levies, wages, and limitations on the maximum amount of loan agreements for the refinancing. Extended the coverage of the program is the inclusion of micro-enterprises working in the sphere of trade. As a result of these changes were more than 9 thousand loan agreements in the amount of about 601 billion, which issued more than 510 billion.
Also provides deferred loans provided for 6 months. The total amount of signed credit agreements providing delays (the “3 1/3”) is about 16 billion roubles more than 700 contracts, the report said the Ministry of economic development.
in Addition, there was an increase in the capitalisation of regional guarantee and microfinance institutions to facilitate access of small and medium businesses to borrowed funds at a preferential rate. Regional guarantee organizations (RGO) has been allocated 1 billion rubles. As a result, support was provided to 180 small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the amount of 2.1 billion rubles (credits, loans, leasing, etc.). Microfinance institutions (MFIs) has been allocated 13 billion rubles. The volume of issued microloans made up more than 2.4 billion rubles (more than 1570 SMEs supported).
From July 15 started, another program developed by the Ministry of economic development – “Grants for prevention COVID-19”. About 500 thousand organizations (1.8 million employees) in the areas of hospitality, consumer services, public catering, sports and additional education, as well as socially oriented non-profit organizations will be able to get a subsidy for ensuring compliance with the recommendations of the epidemiology and prevention COVID-19. Applications shall be received until August 15. Submitted today is already about 300 thousand applications.