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According to the National Bank of Ukraine, lending to the real sector of economy has accelerated. In September 2013 only, the loan portfolio went up by 13 billion UAH. Since the beginning of the year, the portfolio of loans to legal entities has increased by 7.1%, or by 44.4 billion UAH, from 626.2 billion UAH to 670.6 billion UAH, the Information-Analytical Bulletin of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine informs.
If we analyze the volume of lending to business, it may be noted that since the beginning of 2010, the volume of loans to the real sector of economy has increased from 462, 2 billion UAH to 670 billion UAH. That is, the lending to the real sector of economy was up 208.4 billion UAH, or up 45%.
The experts of the banking sector particularly pay attention to the positive trend in local currency lending growth which became apparent in recent months. In September, almost all of the increase occurred in lending to legal entities in national currency. The loans in hryvnia were up by 11.9 billion UAH, while in foreign currencies — only by 1 billion UAH.
From the beginning of the year, the total portfolio of loans in hryvnia issued to the real sector of the economy, increased by 25.4 billion UAH, and in foreign currency — by 17.9 billion UAH.
This significant increase of lending to businesses in UAH along a negligible increase in foreign currency lending occurred in August, analysts say. So, in the last month of summer, the total portfolio of loans to enterprises went up by 7.4 billion UAH, of which the domestic currency loan portfolio grew by 6.8 billion UAH, the foreign currency — by 0.8 billion UAH.
Assessing the overall dollar purge of the real sector lending, it should be noted that since the beginning of 2010, the lending to businesses in local currency was up 164.8 billion UAH, from 271.9 billion UAH to 436.7 billion UAH, or up 61%.
At the same time, from January 1, 2010, the portfolio of foreign currency loans to legal entities increased only by 40.6 billion UAH, from 190.3 billion UAH to 233.9 billion UAH, or up 22.9%.