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Khabarovsk branch of VTB increases its loan portfolio and financing volumes

VTB Bank continues to increase the volume of financing for the Khabarovsk Krai enterprises - in the third quarter of this year they increased 2,3 times over the same period last year and amounted to 12,7 billion rubles. This was reported by the press service of Khabarovsk branch of VTB Bank.

The credit portfolio of VTB branch in Khabarovsk is also growing: on 1 October 2014 it amounted to 41,2 billion rubles (growth for the quarter by 24%), and the credit and document portfolio of the branch increased to 59,2 billion rubles (growth for the quarter by 24%).

The structure of the credit and document portfolio is as follows: 34% falls on the defense industry, 26% - for oil refining, 10% - for energy, 8% for construction and trade and 3% for transport.

The volume of accompanying by the branch of foreign trade activity of the enterprises of the region for the third quarter amounted to $ 1,34 billion. The volume of payments in RMB between Russian and Chinese counterparties through the branch amounted to 78 million yuan (growth for the quarter by 73%).

“The current economic situation stimulates the development of settlements between Far Eastern enterprises and Asian trading partners in national currencies,” said Evgeny ORLOV, VTB Khabarovsk branch manager. - Also an important alternative to settlements in formerly traditional currencies are settlements under foreign trade contracts in rubles. Practice shows that trading partners find them more and more attractive. "

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