The total loans of businesses, citizens and entrepreneurs in Serbia at the end of November this year amounted to about 3,341 billion dinars, which is approximately the same as the previous month, the Association of Serbian Banks announced.
Loans to the economy were about 1,849 billion dinars, which is 0.3 percent less than in October, and loans to entrepreneurs were about 71.4 billion dinars, which is a drop of 0.5 percent, Beta reported.
Household debt to banks increased by 0.3 percent, to about 1,421 billion dinars.
Among household loans, cash loans in November were lower by 0.2 percent than in October, consumer loans decreased by 0.1 percent, refinancing loans also decreased by 1.2 percent, agricultural loans increased by 0.5 percent, and housing loans by 0. .9 percent.
There were 2.8 total bank loans in default at the end of November, the same as in October.