“We are going to request banks to either exempt, reduce or delay interest payments for loans as of January 23, when the government declared the epidemic,” said Nguyen Quoc Hung, head of the credit department of the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV). Commercial banks in Vietnam will be directed by the SBV to cut or delay interest payments. Photo: the State Bank of Vietnam Previously, VIR reported on how firms which are hit particularly hard by COVID-19 could get reduced lending rates or tolerance to loans. SBV Governor Le Minh Hung, noted that COVID-19 could have an adverse impact on market sentiment. Market watchers seem to look to the SBV for more concrete decisions on rate cuts as virus-related risks are difficult to predict. The central bank’s order, which is expected to be released soon, will lower interest payments on about 11 per cent of the banking system’s outstanding loans, valued at VND925 trillion ($40.22 billion), Bloomberg reported. The order follows Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc’s directive to ministries to help businesses cope with the economic fallout from the coronavirus outbreak. Ngo Hoai Chung, vice chairman of the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism, told VIR, “As the outbreak impacts every… Read full this story
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