$30 Million in loans for Honduran Industry and Commerce

BANADESA signed an agreement with businessmen to provide financial support to members of the chambers of commerce.

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

The loans will have an annual interest rate of 7%, a two-year grace period and a minimum of $2600.

According to the article in tiempo.hn, the agreement was signed by "the Federation of Chambers of Commerce (Fedecamaras), the Ministry of Industry and Commerce and the National Bank for Agricultural Development (BANADESA), with the aim of giving financial support to members of the chambers of commerce at national level in the face of the minimum wage increase."

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The current interest rates for loans to companies have reached levels not seen for six years.

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$25 Million for G&T Continental Bank

April 2009

The IFC announced the addition of the Bank to the Global Foreign Trade Finance Program (GTFP).

The objective of the International Finance Corporation is to support local banks in promoting trade within their respective countries.

The manager of the international area of G&T Continental Bank, Sergio Bocanegra, told Siglo XXI: "The amount could rise to $50 million within 6 months.

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