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ICB Creditprombank issues a 5 mln UAH loan to Nikolaev for heat supply in the heating season
Nov 12 2008, 11:53

NIKOLAEV, NOVEMBER, 12TH, 2008, CONTEXT-PRICHERNOMORIE ICB Creditprombank agreed to issue a 5 mln UAH loan to Nikolaev for regular heat supply in the heating season, IA Context-Prichernomorie correspondent reports.

This was reported yesterday, on November 11th, at the 30th session of the city council by the head of the city financial administration Valentina Bondarenko.

For obtaining the credit the deputies had to make alterations in the previous decision of the session about providing the permission for loan obtaining which was accepted in December 2007 (the matter was about giving agreement to UE Teploenergoservice to take a loan of 5 mln UAH, but at that time this loan wasnt used).

The deputies voted for making alterations which lied in the fact that the nonresidential premise in 1-a, Inzhenernaya st. entered the list of the communal property that was included in the contract of mortgage of fulfillment of credit instruments by UE Teploenergoservice.

Continuing the subject of credits the city mayor Vladimir Chaika complained to the deputies that one hadnt managed to fulfill the decisions of the session of municipal lend. By the words of the city mayor banks didnt give the change to put down an exact number of per cents in lends conditions.

When stabilizing the financial situation we will certainly obtain the loans that are necessary for the development, the mayor said.

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