Private sector's outstanding long-term loans received from abroad reached 127.2 billion USD as of June, with a 76.9 million USD increase.
Turkish Central Bank stated on Friday that Private sector's outstanding long-term loans received from abroad recorded 127.2 billion USD as of June, increasing by 76.9 million USD and 391.7 million USD in comparison to the end of 2011 and previous month.
In terms of borrowers, banks' loan liabilities decreased 1.4 billion USD, while bond liabilities increased 993.3 million in comparison to the end of 2011.
Non-bank financial institutions' loan liabilities increased 1 billion USD, whereas non-financial institutions' loans recorded a decrease of 940.9 million USD in the same period.
In terms of creditors side, liabilities to private creditors and liabilities to official creditors decreased 723.5 million and 192.7 million USD respectively. Non-financial institutions' loan from the foreign branches and affiliates of resident banks realized as 20.4 billion USD, decreasing 1.4 billion USD compared to the end of 2011, while their loans from the non-resident commercial banks realized 37.5 billion, with a decrease of 445.2 million USD in the same period.
Regarding the currency composition of the total of 127.2 billion USD, 60.4 percent consist of USD, 34.6 percent consists of Euro and 5 percent consists of other currencies.
Private sector's outstanding short-term loan received from abroad reached to 32.7 billion USD as of June, increasing 5.6 billion USD and 1.4 billion USD in comparison to the end of 2011 and previous month respectively.