Loan packages were prepared to provide financing for the needs of citizens in many areas.
With the loans to be provided by public banks, affordable loans from white goods to housing will be given. Special holiday loans will be provided for age groups to support tourism.
New ones will be added to the support packages announced during the coronavirus epidemic process.
According to the news of NTV, affordable financial support will be provided to citizens in many areas from white goods to dowry products, from housing to vacation.
Treasury and Finance Minister Berat Albayrak is expected to make a statement today about the new support package.
The loan package, which will provide resources for the needs of the citizens in many areas, will be of a quality that supports domestic production.
LOW COST CREDIT FOR FURNITURE, WHITE GOODS
According to the information obtained from economic sources, low-cost loans will be given to the furniture, electronic products, white goods, home textile, bicycle-motorcycle, dowry goods sectors within the scope of the studies carried out by the public banks.
NEW OFFER FOR CAR BUYERS
his campaign in recent months the state banks for cars manufactured in Turkey, will be passed back to life under more favorable conditions.
SPECIAL HOLIDAY CREDIT
Special holiday loans will be provided for age groups to support tourism.
Vacation loans will be on separate terms for employees and retirees. Retirees will be given more affordable loans for vacation and travel.
LOWEST INTERESTED HOUSING CREDIT
Public banks will give long-term mortgage loans. It is stated that a package has been prepared in which the lowest interest rate applied to date for the housing loan will apply.
THE FIRST IS ANNOUNCED TODAY
The first of the loan support packages is expected to be announced today.
Following the announcement of the public banks, domestic private banks are expected to follow similar practices.
It is stated that the supports for the tourism sector can be implemented by travel agencies and tour companies as well as banks.