Minister Borc: Those who took out loans in RON and repay them on time are disadvantaged

Newsroom 12/10/2016 | 10:56

All those who took loans in the local currency RON, who are cautious and pay in time are disadvantaged compared to those who have a stronger voice, said on Tuesday the Economy Minister, Costin Borc.

„All Monday evening there were fervent discussions regarding the conversions of loans in CHF. The Government supports an equilibrated point of view, that takes into account the social cases an corrects the possible abuses of banks, that doesn’t give a deserved advantage to those who consciously took loans in CHF to make better businesses. All the social cases to those who cannot pay back some loans to get a better house need to be solved. And the banks that took advantage of the ignorance or the lack of information of these clients have to find better solutions for them. But I think it’s critical that those who took loans in RON and pay in time are unfavoured, ” said Borc.

The Deputies Chamber plenum eliminated on Tuesday the level of 50 percent debt for the eligibility from the project regarding the loans conversion in CHF. Clients with loans up to 250,000 CHF up to the contract date can benefit from the projects previsions.

The deputies adopted the project law on articles regarding the conversion in RON at the historical rate of the CHF loans. However, the final vote on this bill was delayed through to next week because there weren’t enough MPs present to vote.

Georgiana Bendre

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