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Lusa - Business News - Portugal: Loan moratoria extended until next September




Lisbon, Sept. 24,2020 (Lusa) - Portugal's cabinet decided on Thursday to extend the moratoria of credit to families and companies that was to end on 31 March for another six months, until September 30, 2021.

The bank moratoria, which suspend payments of the instalments of bank loans (capital and/or interest), had already been extended by the government until 31 March 2021, which it now decided to extend for another six months.

However, the extension of the moratoria approved today provides different solutions for companies depending on the industry and the impact of the pandemic on their activity.

Companies in sectors particularly affected by the pandemic, namely tourism, culture, social sector or car traders and repair, will benefit from the extension of the moratorium until 30 September just as it had been defined until 31 March, that is, they will continue to benefit from the suspension of the payment of outstanding principal and interest.

For the remaining companies that are currently covered by the moratorium, the extension of six months (until 30 September 2021) approved today, maintains the suspension of capital payment, but not of interest, as mentioned by the Minister of Economy, Pedro Siza Vieira.

"All companies that currently benefit from the moratorium will benefit from this additional six-month extension until 30 September 2021," he said after recalling that the moratorium now in effect corresponds to a suspension of capital and interest payment obligations.

Vieira clarified that "the extension that now occurs is for six months for capital instalments only," so that most companies will have to start paying interest on loans from 1 April 2021.

The measure, he said, will make it possible to "reduce the effort" to repay the loans, and to accommodate the longer impact of the crisis.

In the case of families, the minister specified that "the same people" as those who benefit from the moratoriums on housing and education loans "also see the suspension of interest and capital payment obligations until 30 September 2021.

According to data presented by Vieira, at this moment there are about €35 billion covered by the moratoriums, and until March, the suspended payment obligations of capital and interest represent about €10 billion.

On the other hand, the extension of the moratoriums decided today represents about €7 billion more, as this is the value that companies and families will not have to pay until that date.

The amounts in question led the minister to point out the "very significant effort" that the banking sector is making and to recognise its contribution in mitigating the impacts of this crisis.

Vieira also said that these measures were taken taking into account the uncertainty about the strength of the economic recovery and reiterated that the government will assess the needs to maintain or create measures depending on the assessment being made.

LT/ADB // ADB.

Lusa


Agency : LUSA

Date : 2020-09-25 09:30:00







 

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