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Central Bank allocates 500 billion dinars for residential complexes

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Central Bank allocates 500 billion dinars for residential complexes

Post by rocky on Fri 12 Jan 2018, 3:36 am

Central Bank allocates 500 billion dinars for residential complexes
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The Central Bank of Iraq announced on Friday that it has allocated 500 billion dinars to the housing complexes, stressing the continuation of financing the loans of other projects. 

"In the framework of the policy of economic stimulus and its contribution to alleviate the housing and unemployment crisis, the Central Bank of Iraq announces the completion of financing of housing and real estate loans in the amount of one trillion four hundred billion dinars in 2016 and 2017 in the largest real estate financing program in history Iraq". 


He added that "the continuation of the implementation of this policy, was added to the amount of 500 billion dinars for the year 2018, most of which is allocated to housing projects in light of the requests received by the Central Bank," pointing out that "these loans have simple administrative loads do not burden the borrowers."

On the other hand, the Central Bank of Iraq in its statement to continue to "finance the loans of industrial and agricultural projects and small and micro enterprises, which the central bank allocated a total of four trillion and a half dinars," noting that "these credit facilities are the largest in the history of Iraq."



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The Central Bank allocates an additional 500 billion dinars for housing complexes projects

Post by rocky on Fri 12 Jan 2018, 3:41 am

The Central Bank allocates an additional 500 billion dinars for housing complexes projects





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Al-Sumerian News / Baghdad 
The Central Bank of Iraq announced on Friday the allocation of 500 billion dinars to residential complexes, stressing the continuation of financing the loans of other projects. 

"As part of the policy of economic stimulus and its contribution to alleviating the housing and unemployment crisis, the Central Bank of Iraq announces the completion of the financing of housing and real estate loans in the amount of one trillion four hundred billion dinars in 2016 and 2017 in the largest," the bank said in a statement. A real estate finance program in the history of Iraq . "


He added that "the continuation of the implementation of this policy, was added to the amount of 500 billion dinars for the year 2018, most of which is allocated to housing projects in light of the requests received by the Central Bank," pointing out that "these loans have simple administrative loads do not burden the borrowers." 

On the other hand, the Central Bank of Iraq in its statement to continue to "finance the loans of industrial and agricultural projects and small and micro enterprises, which the central bank allocated a total of four trillion and a half dinars," noting that "these credit facilities are the largest in the history of Iraq."







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Central Bank allocates 500 billion dinars for residential complexes projects

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(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) The Central Bank of Iraq announced the allocation of 500 billion dinars, most of which are allocated to residential complexes, "stressing" the continuation of financing the loans of other projects. "
The Director of the Information Office of the Central Bank, Acer Jabbar said in a statement, received the agency {Euphrates News} a copy of it, "as part of the policy of economic stimulus and its contribution to alleviate the housing crisis and unemployment, the Central Bank of Iraq announces the completion of financing housing and real estate loans in the amount of one trillion four hundred Billion dinars in 2016 and 2017 in the largest real estate financing program in the history of Iraq. " 
"Continuing implementation of this policy has been added to the amount of 500 billion dinars for the year 2018, most of which is allocated to housing complexes projects in light of the requests received by the Central Bank," pointing out that "these loans have simple administrative load does not burden the borrowers."
"The Central Bank of Iraq continues to finance the loans of industrial and agricultural projects and small and micro enterprises, which the central bank allocated a total of four trillion and a half dinars and is the largest credit facilities in the history of Iraq."
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