Istanbul, Sep 14 () – Private sector’s outstanding short-term and long-term loans received from abroad hit 211.3 billion dollars.
According to data released by Central Bank, private sector’s outstanding long-term loans received from abroad reached 178.2 billion dollars from the end of July, having risen by 10.4 billion dollars against the end of 2014.
In the same period, loan liabilities of banks rose by 9.9 billion dollars whereas bond liabilities rose by 696 million dollars against the end of 2014.
In respect to the same period, non-financial institutions’ loans saw a drop of 843 million dollars in comparison to the end of 2014, while bond liabilities amounted to 5.3 billion dollars, having rise by 271 million dollars in the same period.
From the end of July, private sector’s outstanding short-term loans received from abroad - excluding trade credits- rose to 33.1 billion, dollars, having fallen by 11.2 billion dollars against the end of 2014.
Private sector’s total long-term loans received from abroad, including the remaining maturity basis reach the amount of 70 billion dollars for the next 12 months from the end of July, according to Central Bank.