Companies in Chelyabinsk are asking for preferential loans of 31 billion

One third of companies in the Chelyabinsk region, which are included in the federal list of backbone companies, have applied for preferential loans of almost 31 billion rubles. This was reported to URA.RU by the press service of the Ministry of Economic Development of the region.

“12 backbones of the Chelyabinsk region, which are included in the federal list, have applied for preferential loans,” the press service of the regional Ministry of Economic Development reported. It is estimated that the amount of loans was 30.898 billion rubles.

According to Natalija Lugačeva, Minister of Economic Development of the region, 39 organizations from the region are included in the federal list of backbone companies. Monitoring of their situation is organized to identify risks in basic sectors of the economy. The companies are operating stably, and full employment of employees is being maintained, the minister explained.

Among the risks faced by backbone companies, Lugač pointed out the rise in prices of raw materials, components and consumables, the increase in logistics costs and the likelihood of a lack of working capital. According to the decision of the Russian government, backbone organizations from industrial, fuel and energy complexes and commercial companies can receive preferential loans from Russian banks for up to 12 months at 11% per year, and agricultural companies at 10% per year.

The problems for Russian business began later severe sanctionsintroduced by the EU, the US and many other countries against the Russian Federation due to special operations in Ukraine. Sanction pressure on Russia began in the early 2000s and has intensified in recent months. According to Russian President Vladimir Putin, their goal is to abolish Russia, ban its culture, taboo the truth about Russia’s history and its role in major world events.

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One third of companies in the Chelyabinsk region, which are included in the federal list of backbone companies, have applied for preferential loans of almost 31 billion rubles. This was reported to URA.RU by the press service of the Ministry of Economic Development of the region. “12 backbones of the Chelyabinsk region, which are included in the federal list, have applied for preferential loans,” the press service of the regional Ministry of Economic Development reported. It is estimated that the amount of loans was 30.898 billion rubles. According to Natalija Lugačeva, Minister of Economic Development of the region, 39 organizations from the region are included in the federal list of backbone companies. Monitoring of their situation is organized to identify risks in the basic sectors of the economy. The companies are operating stably, and full employment of employees is being maintained, the minister explained. Among the risks faced by backbone companies, Lugač pointed out the rise in prices of raw materials, components and consumables, the increase in logistics costs and the likelihood of a lack of working capital. According to the decision of the Russian government, backbone organizations from industrial, fuel and energy complexes and commercial companies can receive preferential loans from Russian banks for up to 12 months at 11% per year, and agricultural companies at 10% per year. The difficulties for Russian business began after the severe sanctions imposed by the EU, the US and many other countries against the Russian Federation over a special operation in Ukraine. Sanction pressure on Russia began in the early 2000s and has intensified in recent months. According to Russian President Vladimir Putin, their goal is to abolish Russia, ban its culture, taboo the truth about Russia’s history and its role in major world events.

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