Volume of consumer credits in Armenia increased in December 5.2% to 217.4 billion drams

11.02.2012 11:53
Volume of consumer credits in Armenia increased in December 5.2% to 217.4 billion drams

 YEREVAN, February 11. /ARKA/. Volume of consumer crediting in December in Armenia increased by 5.2% to 217.4 billion drams, states the site of Armenian Central Bank.

The share of consumer crediting in December in the total volume of credit investments of commercial banks of Armenia was 18.1% increased by 0.3 p.p. compared to the same indictor of November 2011.

Credits in foreign currency in the total volume of consumer credits was about 29.5 billion drams, and dram credits – 187.9 billion drams.

Total volume of credit investments of commercial banks of Armenia in December was 1 198 billion drams, of which 61.2% are foreign currency credits. ($1-388.71 drams). —0–


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