According to the published Eurostat Statistical Office of the European Union, Cyprus will leave the country with only the highest interest rate on expired credit institutions in 2020.
According to Eurostat, the long-term loans in the CBT accounted for 28.3%, which was much worse than in other member states of the EC.
Statistical Administration ES indicates that such a large percentage is explained as “major transactions in 2018, in the result of which expansive loans” to the corporate financial corporation under the auspices of the corporation (Kipra).
The other three EU member states accounted for more than 1%, followed by Slovenia (2.2%), Portugal (1.5%) and Croatia (1.4%).
In Cyprus, in Slovenia and Portugal, a large number of expired loans are credited to the financial structure by liquidation. In the case of Croatia, the figure is mainly based on a loan from the National Bank for Development (referred to the sector of government management).
Today, the published Eurostat is about to receive a substantial increase in guarantees, delivered to the 27 member states of the EU in 2020, thanks to a new program of government guarantees in the context of 19 COVID pandemics.
Eurostat indicates that there is a widespread form of conditional enrollment in the member states of the EU.In some countries (Belgium, Spain, France, Cyprus, Luxembourg, Portugal and Finland) a basic part of the guarantee is provided financially, most often submitted on October 19 in 2008 or in the context of
In the Bolshevik state, the members of the Central Committee of the European Union are the guarantors of the overlapping guarantee. Substantial financial and / or local legal guarantees are also observed in Finland, Denmark, France, Sweden, Austria, Germany and Belgium.
The highest levels of common government guarantees were recorded in Finland (27.1% of GDP), followed by Denmark (19.8%), Austria (19.1%), Germany (17.5%) and France (17.1%). . In Finland, some guarantees, provided by the governing financial corporation, are not included in the directorate, but only to the extent that they are countered by the guarantor.
Slovakia was a foreign country with only a small number of government guarantees (0.1%). Indicators 1% of GDP were also recorded in Bulgaria, Ireland and the Czech Republic.
Obligations of corporate governance
The seriousness of the corporate governance, not related to the sector of corporate governance, in 2020 strongly differed in terms of governance – I am a member of the EU.
Significant sums of information were recorded in Greece (170.6% of GDP), followed by Germany (100.7%), the Netherlands (88.9%), Luxembourg (76.7%) and Italy (65%).
On the contrary, not all counties of corporate governance were registered in Slovakia (5.8%), followed by Romania (7.7%), Lithuania (9%), Hungary (9.1%) and Croatia (10%). Eurostat indicates that the main reason for the high level of these obligations in some of the member states is that the current financial inclusion, control, and control are included.
The greater part of these obligations consists of deposits, exchanged in state-owned banks with domestic holdings or other part-time or state-owned organizations. In general, the financial difficulties are related to the larger sums of long-term education and at that time there are significant assets, which are not reflected in this set of data.
In all member states of the EU, obligations related to unbalanced state-partisan partnerships (GCP, long-term construction contracts, in which 2% of the active assets will be added by the total of 5%).
In Slovakia, only the highest low (2.4% of GDP), followed by Portugal (2.3%) and Wengria (1.1%). As in Slovakia, so in Portugal, industries related primarily to highway projects.
In many member states of the EU, unbalanced PPPs have been observed in the central government, as in Spain, Belgium and Austria, and to a considerable degree in relation to governmental and governmental bodies.